LFS 6.3 Chapter 6.12, GCC-4.1.2 startfiles check fails --> no output

stosss stosss at gmail.com
Wed Dec 16 02:11:35 PST 2009

>> On 12/15/09, Pixel 73 wrote:
>> > How can I analyze which of my previous steps went wrong?
>> Did the make command really complete without errors?
>> I always try to keep a log containing all the output because the
>> screen scrolls by, and later, I wish I could see the errors that went
>> by so that I can search google to get clues.
>> Something like this:
>> make 2>&1 | tee my_build_log
>> >Would it be a problem if I just delete all extracted and compiled
>> > folders of chapter 6 with rm -R and start again
>> > at the beginning of chapter 6?
>> As long as you didn't do 'make install', it is possible to remove the
>> directory extracted from the source tarball, then extract the source
>> tarball again, and do the package over with a clean sources. I think
>> that is the way to do it when you have reason to believe that you
>> could have made a mistake in typing your commands.
>> I think you would want to start over 6.12. GCC-4.1.2 ... not the
>> beginning of chapter 6.
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> Thank you very much for your help. What can I do, if I already did 'make
> install'? How can I uninstall again?

You might be better off starting over. You might also consider using
your LFS 6.3 LiveCD to host and build LFS 6.5 instead. I did that in
it worked and now I am building on to it in the BLFS book.

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