gouaichkhaled at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 02:09:43 PDT 2009
Thanks for your recommendations even i'm sure that i followed the steps
correctly and hadn't mistyped a command.
I'll start again the installation and see what will happen.
2009/6/13 Simon Geard <delgarde at ihug.co.nz>
> On Fri, 2009-06-12 at 16:49 +0200, khaled gouaich wrote:
> > Hi every body,
> > i'm new in the LFS world and i'm trying to build my LFS. I'm using the
> > LFS book 6.3 (English version).
> First, I'd recommend using the 6.4 book instead - it's been out for a
> good 6 months, and 6.3 is pretty old now (released 2007, I think?).
> > My host : linux 2.6.24 with a good configuration (i got all the
> > tools).
> If the host is running that kernel, it certainly should be recent enough
> not to have any odd compatibility problems. What is it running - a
> recent Ubuntu or Fedora?
> > I have a problem at chapter 5, 5.6.1 installing Glibc.
> > I got this message :
> > *** WARNING: You should not compile GNU libc without versioning. Not
> > using
> > *** versioning will introduce incompatibilities so that old binaries
> > *** will not run anymore.
> > *** For versioning you need recent binutils (binutils-220.127.116.11.23 or
> > newer).
> I'm not an expert, but it's apparent it's having some problem with the
> copy of binutils it's finding. It seems to be using the copy you've
> installed in the earlier step (5.3.1), which is correct. The most likely
> explanation is that you've made a mistake somewhere in one of these
> steps - a mistyped command, or a command you've overlooked.
> You could try starting again from the beginning, taking care with each
> step (copying and pasting commands is the preferred way to avoid typing
> (Sorry if this isn't a great deal of help.)
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