x86_64 build what to use LFS or CLFS
luca.dionisi at gmail.com
Fri Oct 13 01:16:21 PDT 2006
On 9/17/06, Chris Staub <chris at beaker67.com> wrote:
> Herb Swanson wrote:
> > I am attempting to build a x86_64 system on an amd64 4600
> > machine. I'm using 64 bit debian as the building system. I
> > HAVE successfully build a 32 bit lfs system using a 32 bit
> > version of suse 10.1 on my 64 bit machine. When I came back
> > to the a 64 bit debian system build I find that I'm editing
> > many lines of code eg changing ld-linux-so.2 --->
> > ln-linux_x86_64.so.2. I'm experiencing many problems,
> > latest is a failure of the gcc recompile in chapter 5.
> > What I would like to know: is lfs the correct approach OR
> > should I be using clfs package. If lfs is correct can
> > someone point me in to a concise list of files that need to
> > be modified to build the a x86_64 linux.
> > Regards
> > Herb
> LFS cannot be used to build a 64-bit system. You must use CLFS.
I didn't know it. Where in the book is it pointed out?
Is a future release of the book planned for it to work?
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