maillist at hummelink.xs4all.nl
Sun Mar 28 02:58:10 PST 2004
On Sun, 2004-03-28 at 10:47, Jeremy Utley wrote:
> Most commonly, this comes about because the PATH variable for the lfs
> user got changed somehow, making things stop linking against the new
> I'd run the same sanity check on everything in /tools/bin, find out
> which packages were linked improperly, and recompile them, making sure
> that your path while your the lfs user has /tools/bin at the start.
Here is a helper:
for I in /tools/bin/*
do echo $I
readelf -l $I 2>&1|grep interpreter|sed -e 's%.*interpreter: \(.*\)]%\1%' |grep "^/lib"
done |grep -B1 "^/lib"
It only gives output for binaries linked to the host.
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waiting down the mountain...
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