Errors building gcc 3.4.3

Matt Darcy lfs-list at projecthugo.co.uk
Mon Nov 28 09:12:39 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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I'd do final pass 3 - don't polute your toolchain, just your final 
system. But thats just a personal opinion.

Matt





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