LFS 6.5 Chapter 5 binutils Pass1 "Nothing to be done for 'install-target'"
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 11:36:54 PST 2009
rhubarbpie at poetworld.net wrote:
> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>> rhubarbpie at poetworld.net wrote:
>>> I'm attempting to build LFS 6.5 using my LFS 6.3 working build. With
>>> binutils Pass1 in Chapter 5 I'm receiving the following:
>>> make : Leaving directory '/lfs/sources/binutils-build/libiberty'
>>> make : Nothing to be done for 'install-target'.
>>> make  Leaving directory '/lfs/sources/binutils-build'
>>> I'm logged in as lfs. /lfs/tools shows owner lfs. /tools is empty and
>>> shows only the link to /lfs/tools. LFS_TGT shows "i686-lfs-linux-gnu."
>>> I don't remember having this problem with earlier builds and assume it's
>>> something basic, but I'm just not seeing it. ?
>> What did you use for the configure line? I sounds like you missed a
>> It's pretty early in the build. Delete /sources/binutils-2.20/ and
>> start over.
>> -- Bruce
> That's a good thought. However, I install all packages through scripts
> and I've double/triple-checked this one (backslashes exist with no extra
> spaces). I also ran binutils Pass1 manually twice this morning with the
> same result. Also, in addition to building with my LFS 6.3 version,
> I've attempted binutils Pass1 with other distributions. Same bloody thing.
> I realize I must be doing something fundamentally wrong. However, I've
> successfully built LFS several times and this is the first package.
> Huh? How much is there to screw up this early in the process?
Let's see what you are doing. Run this:
set > binutils.log
ls -ld / >> binutils.log
pwd >> binutils.log
md5sum binutils-2.20.tar.bz2 >> binutils.log
tar -xf binutils-2.20.tar.bz2 2>&1 |tee -a binutils.log
mkdir -v ../binutils-build
../binutils-2.20/configure --target=$LFS_TGT --prefix=/tools \
--disable-nls --disable-werror 2>&1 | tee -a ../binutils.log
make 2>&1 |tee -a ../binutils.log
If the above doesn't work, compress the log (gzip -9 binutils.log) and
send it to us.
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