[lfs-support] Question about glibc pass1
jimwashko at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 18:43:47 PST 2012
I am using Ubuntu 11.10 and LFS 7.0 with all the versions of the packages
that the book is using.
I am currently going through LFS for the first time. I am compiling glibc
now and have a question about the next step.
Earlier in book 7.0, it says:
After the Glibc installation, change gcc's specs file to point to the new
dynamic linker in /tools/lib. This last
step is vital in ensuring that searching and linking take place only within
the /tools prefix. A hard-wired path to a
dynamic linker is embedded into every Executable and Link Format
(ELF)-shared executable. This can be inspected
by running: readelf -l <name of binary> | grep interpreter. Amending gcc's
specs file ensures
that every program compiled from here through the end of this chapter will
use the new dynamic linker in /tools/
Is there a step by step process on the commands I need to put in and where
I need to change this specific file? This seems like a VERY important step
to screw up and ANY help would be greatly appreciated!
If I don't need to do this now, please let me know!
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