5.7 Adjusting the Toolchain .?

Robert Russell zoohoo.linux at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 07:21:05 PDT 2005


On 10/6/05, Iman Darabi <iman.darabi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> Host System : lfs live cd version:x86-6.1-2.
> Book vresion: 6.1
>  As you know  : after using the sed script to amend the GCC specs file
> to point to the new dynamic linker, the /tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2 will
> replace with the /lib/ld-linux.so.2  in specs file .
>  ok , no problem ; but I'm using lfs live cd ,so i think i should
> edit the specs file every time after booting the live cd  ,am i true?
>  should i do it until chapter 6?

Both of the seds to ammend the GCC specs files in both chapter 5 and 6
modify the spec files of the GCC installed in $lfs/tools which is
usualy on your hard drive, so the seds will only need to be run once.

>  BTW:
>  When ever we compile our programs with shared libs, some codes will
> be added to our code to call ld-linux.so , are those codes in specs
> file?,I mean does gcc add specs file to our new codes?

I have no idea.

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