building LFS gcc compilation problem
mhenriquezs at terra.cl
Fri Jun 8 18:55:46 PDT 2007
uuuhuuuu!!!, my new shiny LFS (by hand no automatic tool) system is
ready!!!, thank you very much fo such a great book, I follow they
instructions one by one and I don't have any problem, the book don't
have even a typo bug.
...now to read and follow BFLS book...my new system have only a basic
bash console but I think that is better than Fedora 7...uhuuu jajaja :-)
Mauricio, from Chili
Mauricio Henriquez wrote:
> Hi to all:
> thank for your quick help, I re-read your book instruction and off
> course you don't put anything on there that is not necesary :-) I was
> using the Gcc compiled version of the chapter 5 of the book, I delete
> the folder, re-extract and build again without problems.
> As I think, only a begginer problem...sorry :-( I had panic :-) , from
> now on I going to re-re-read your book instruction more carefully.. I
> try to finish the job now.
> thanks again..
> Dan Nicholson wrote:
>> On 6/6/07, mhenriquezs at terra.cl <mhenriquezs at terra.cl> wrote:
>>> #Gcc Make error (page 97 of the PDF LFS 6.2 book)
>>> In file included from ../../gcc-4.0.3/gcc/crtstuff.c:64:
>>> ../../gcc-4.0.3/gcc/tsystem.h:90:19: error: stdio.h: No such file or directory
>>> ../../gcc-4.0.3/gcc/tsystem.h:93:23: error: sys/types.h: No such file or
>> I know this has come up before, but I can't recall what the issue is
>> exactly. So, at that point, it should be finding those headers from
>> the Ch. 5 glibc in /tools/include. But it's not for some reason.
>> So, do those headers exist? You should definitely have
>> /tools/include/stdio.h. If so, let's find out where gcc is trying to
>> look. Here's a quick one-liner to make gcc be verbose about what it's
>> # echo | gcc -v -x c -
>> That should spit out some info including where the system header
>> search path is. Mine (using the final gcc) says:
>> #include <...> search starts here:
>> End of search list.
>> Yours should include /tools/include and /tools/lib/gcc-... What does
>> it say for you?
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