build problem LFS 6.5

stosss stosss at gmail.com
Sat Nov 28 14:44:08 PST 2009


I think it is time to try jhalfs

On Nov 28, 2009 4:43 PM, "linux fan" <linuxscratch at gmail.com> wrote:

On 11/28/09, Baho Utot wrote: > make test | tee $CURRDIR/06.58.Check.log >
make install | tee $CURR...
Logging helps so much when things go wrong.

As already mentioned

> Scripting an LFS build is *hard*

> 1. Use jhalfs. That is the most consistent way to do things > and it keeps
logs of everything yo...
I have used jhalfs time and time again and it succeeds.
You can watch the logs while it is building with tail -f.
You can find "error clues" to search google often getting ideas.

Most scripting "hard codes" specific version -- jhalfs is more reusable.

Note: jhalfs-2.3.1 on the live cd can't handle everything about
LFS-6.4 and later.
jhalfs-2.3.2 or svn-trunk is needed for LFS-6.4 and later.
Linux from scratch ALFS page tells how to download the latest version.

I only suggest this due to amount of time spent and it failing.
You can debrief what jhalfs did with its scripts in
lfs-commands/chapterXX/* and maybe detect what went wrong in handmade
script.

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