zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com
Thu Sep 20 05:01:24 PDT 2012
On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 06:54:50AM -0400, Dave wrote:
> I'm at the point of installation, that udev is next. The book is clear
> as mud for installing this udev/systemd mess.
> Can someone walk me through the steps, so I can get to the real error.
> I've tried 5 diff ways, all with different errors, seem always
> some .h or .o file missing. but when I look for them they are there.
> Give me the proper steps and I'll send the resulting error info
> Dave --not so newbie
I haven't built 189, but the instructions look similar to what we
did for 188. Certainly, very different from common CMMI, but
explained in detail.
0. Remove any existing systemd directory, untar, go into the systemd
directory you just extracted.
1. tar -xvf ../udev-lfs-189.tar.bz2
2. At this point, it is *possible* that you might have problems with
parallel make, so unset MAKEFLAGS if it was set. I doubt this is
the problem (it usually bites in BLFS making gudev and friends), but
when I moved to setting MAKEFLAGS earlier this year I noticed that
distros were forcing -j1 when building udev.
2. make -f udev-lfs-189/Makefile.lfs
3. If it fails, report the errors. The people on the list aren't
mind readers : we can't guess what errors you saw, and I'm having a
hard time trying to think of 5 different ways to do this. By its
nature, the development book will sometimes be broken. The only way
to fix it is to report the *first* error.
das eine Mal als Tragödie, das andere Mal als Farce
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