LFS 6.5 chapter 8.3.1
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Thu Dec 3 01:45:02 PST 2009
Am Donnerstag 03 Dezember 2009 10:32:56 schrieb stosss:
> Did everything get built using
> GCC on the host? If it did then this entire LFS build is toast.
Well, if you compiled _anything_ successfully and don't have a working gcc in
your chroot environment, the question is, how could you use the host's gcc at
Could something be wrong with your working environment? Something from the
host sys bind-mounted into the chroot?
Do a "cat /proc/mounts" to be sure. If anything beyond dev, devpts, shm, proc,
sysfs is mounted to $LFS this is mighty suspicious 
Or maybe you chroot'ed to the wrong place (and thus messed up your host
maybe?). Maybe LFS isn't set?
You can get clarity if you check the creation dates of your host's gcc, for
ls -l `which gcc`
on your host.
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