LFS-6.6, Stage2, glibc, nscd.c:442

Baho Utot baho-utot at columbus.rr.com
Tue Jun 1 16:48:47 PDT 2010

On 06/01/10 19:05, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Baho Utot wrote:
>> The system I am using to compile this stuff is an AMD Phenom(tm) II X4
>> 810 Processor that has 8G DDR3 memory. I use that system so I can make
>> mistakes really fast ;) ie things can go sour quickly and at a high rate
>> of speed.  You usually don't get a chance to see them let alone try to
>> stop it.  Once you hit the<ENTER>  key its all over.  Not even enough
>> time to yell out a Oh Shhhiiiii.....
> I recommend:
> build-instruction 2>&1 | tee -a build.log

I do log the build but when you over write binutils/glibc/gcc and /etc/* 
with an earlier version, one has to boot to the "rescue install" to see 
what when astray. :)

>> I build the system(s) on a removable SATA 500G drive. Then rsync it to
>> the resulting victim system.
> Be careful as the kernel drivers are probably different on the systems.

Oh yes, I'll indeed get bit that that one.

>> After I get that completed I am going to try using the LFS-6.3 with
>> BLFS-6.3-svn to build LFS 6.6. All of this would be using i686.
>> I can try building LFS-6.6 after I get the LFS-6.3 up and running then I
>> can to the LFS-6.3 BLFS combo.
>> I can currently build the LFS-6.3 tools, that part works....
>> I am looking at why the scripts over wrote the host instead of going to
>> the chroot.  I think that I was not really in the chroot when I ran the
>> chapter 06 build script.
> OK, thanks for the update.

Ok I'll let you know if I find something.

>     -- Bruce

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