[lfs-support] Newbie need help - bus error in 5.5. GCC-4.8.1 - Pass 1
violazoli at gmail.com
Wed Oct 23 16:14:15 PDT 2013
Dear Ken, I am sure that this is no memory problem. I have absolutely full
totally new memory chipset in my laptop, and all programs work very good,
both in my Sabayon (because I use not Gentoo, but Sabayon) and my old
Ubuntu 11.10 distro in an other partition.
Okay, I try the LFS with any other host distro. Make a suggestion to me,
please, which distro would be good for this procedure? No LiveCD please, I
have an empty almost 100 GB partitio for the host system. Please propose a
distro which has MC... I CAN use the commandline without MC, good, but WITH
mc it is much easyer and faster. I am not profi in the Linux, but no
beginner. Maybe "power user". I can write not too difficult bash scripts,
can programming in C/C++ (and a little bit in assembly...), my preferred
window manager is the DWM, but I am newbie in the LFS, because I not
understand good how the "configure", the "make", "autoconf", "automake"
and the linker work, not know they's syntax, etc. I am in the Linux
autodidact, self-educated, I was never learned it in any school or training
course. Actually/as a matter of fact, I was begin the LFS even just exactly
because I would like to know FULLY, how a Linux system work, and because I
very not like the bloatware distros (named *buntu, etc) with lot of (for
me) superfluous programs. I like, agree, approve the
suckless.orgphilosophy. I like the commandline and the
commandline-based programs (and
ncurses). But sorry, I not have a good "mentor"... Thus, what host distro
do you suggest for me, which work good (tested) sure to this LFS?
2013/10/23 Ken Moffat <zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com>
> On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 05:49:27PM -0400, Viola Zoltán wrote:
> > @akhiezer:
> > I tryed:
> > CFLAGS="-O2 -g" make
> > but no changed:
> My final suggestion is : try a different host distro. The recent
> google matches for this were almost all for people updating packages
> on gentoo, which is why I suspect gentoo's hardening.
> There was one similar error for someone doing something on fedora,
> but at the moment I regard that as an outlier (it had no responses
> and apparently remains unresolved).
> One of the gentoo threads suggested that these errors could come
> from memory problems (test with memtest86), but I suspect there must
> also be something in the hardening which has an influence, because
> you are not getting a segfault.
> das eine Mal als Tragödie, dieses Mal als Farce
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