[lfs-support] Issues with compiling GCC-4.8.1 (LFS 7.4)

Chris Staub chris at beaker67.com
Sat Nov 2 10:22:51 PDT 2013


On 11/02/2013 12:52 PM, Chris Staub wrote:
>>
>> The second problem is a bit more intractible.  Having made the apbove
>> adjustment to "configure", when I run "make" it bombs out with:
>>
>> ================ snip ===============
>> configure: creating ./config.status
>> config.status: creating Makefile
>> config.status: creating auto-target.h
>> config.status: linking ../.././libgcc/enable-execute-stack-empty.c to enable-execute-stack.c
>> config.status: linking ../.././libgcc/unwind-generic.h to unwind.h
>> config.status: linking ../.././libgcc/config/i386/linux-unwind.h to md-unwind-support.h
>> config.status: linking ../.././libgcc/config/i386/sfp-machine.h to sfp-machine.h
>> config.status: linking ../.././libgcc/gthr-single.h to gthr-default.h
>> config.status: executing default commands
>> make[2]: Entering directory `/mnt/lfs/gcc-build/gcc-4.8.1/x86_64-lfs_7_4-linux-gnu/libgcc'
>> Makefile:162: ../.././gcc/libgcc.mvars: No such file or directory
>> make[2]: *** No rule to make target `../.././gcc/libgcc.mvars'.  Stop.
>> make[2]: Leaving directory `/mnt/lfs/gcc-build/gcc-4.8.1/x86_64-lfs_7_4-linux-gnu/libgcc'
>> make[1]: *** [all-target-libgcc] Error 2
>> make[1]: Leaving directory `/mnt/lfs/gcc-build/gcc-4.8.1'
>> make: *** [all] Error 2
>> ================ snip ===============
>
> One problem I'm seeing in this output is that you are running this from
> $LFS/gcc-build, and have apparently unpacked GCC's source inside that
> dir, which is not what you're supposed to be doing. Go back and read
> page 5.3 very carefully.

Further, if you've managed to create $LFS/gcc-build, it means you either 
chowned $LFS to the lfs user, or temporarily became root to create 
$LFS/gcc-build, neither of which the LFS book says to do. In general, if 
you get some kind of permissions error, you should stop and double-check 
that you're doing what you're supposed to, rather than forcing root. If 
the book is correctly followed, you should be able to do all of Chapter 
5 entirely as the lfs user. Also, if you did chown $LFS, you should 
chown it back to root.



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