Error cross-compiling glibc, chapter 5

Chris Bellingham cbellingham at blueyonder.co.uk
Wed Sep 15 04:38:40 PDT 2004


Thanks for the help.

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Subject: Re: Error cross-compiling glibc, chapter 5

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Jeremy Utley wrote:

> Chris Bellingham wrote:
> 
>>Thanks for the reply. Keeping in mind that im cross-compiling, I want
>>the final system to be able to run on an old Pentium machine. Is it
>>therefore ok to ignore the crosscompilation hint for glibc?
>>  
>>
> Honestly, the best solution to that is the uname module hack - makes
> your faster i686 computer appear to be an i586.

There are some things to pay attention to when using the uname module
hack; you should be able to find the details in the mailinglist
archives. But yes, in general the uname module hack is *the* way to go.
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Nico
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