Errors building gcc 3.4.3

Chris Staub chris at beaker67.com
Mon Nov 28 08:50:41 PST 2005


Francesco Piccirillo wrote:
> Thank you for your answer...
> 
> Ok, I understand, I must follow the book natively.
> However I HAVE TO build a kernel with the stack protector option set
> on, that is a "must".
> 
> So, when do you suggest me to apply the right patches on the right
> packages during the entire process?
> Should I apply propolice patches in Pass1 or in Pass2 ?
> 
> Thank you,
> Francesco
> 
> 
> 
>> if your doing make bootstrap I assume your doing gcc pass 1.
>>
>> If so - why have you applied the linkonce patch the no_fixedincludes
>> patch the specs-2 patch ?
>>
>> I assume the ssp-3 patch is the stack protection patch, but the others
>> should not have been applied.
>>
>> Pass1 you don't apply any patches, as the book says.
>>
>> Only apply patches where the book tells you to. If your not
>> aware/confident of this procedure then you shouldn't really be playing
>> with additional patches such as the stack protection patches, are you
>> don't appear to be able to follow the book nativly, let alone customised.
>>
>> Matt
>>
>>
>>
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If you "have to" then you're not following the book (regardless, you 
don't need *any* patches in pass 1). Why do you need to ask where you 
apply the patches? If you're applying patches not mentioned in the book, 
  you should know where they should go. If you "need" ssp, have you 
looked at HLFS?



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