problem with gcc build

Jim Gifford lfs at jg555.com
Wed Aug 25 00:25:39 PDT 2004


dave wrote:

>Dear Linux from Scratch experts,
>
>I have tried to follow the linux from scratch book as layed out here:
>
>http://www.stockwith.co.uk/book/chapter05/linux-libc-headers.html
>
>and the command fails with the file not found error.
>GCC seems to have been built without errors, but the directories:
>include/asm-i386 and
>include/linux
>are not created.
>
>I have included a script output of my session doing the compile.
>
>the hardware is a vmware VM with a IDE disk and the ISO from here:
>
>http://www.stockwith.co.uk/iso/
>
>Up until this point the install was going smoothly.  I  copied and pasted the commands from the book without incident.
>Gcc was built twice, once inside the tree, then I started over and built in a seperate directory. Neither build seemed
>to create the expected files.
>
>This is the only ISO I found in a google search and was recommended by the irc channel help bot.
>
>Can anyone help me?
>
>  
>
These don't get created by gcc.  You copy them over to the proper 
location. From your build log, everything looks fine for the gcc build. 
Make sure you followed the linux-libc-headers commands exactly, and that 
will fix your issue.


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