[Clfs-support] eglibc --enable-kernel

Doug Reiland dreiland at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 24 08:48:54 PDT 2009

It seems like lfs documents a better appoach for me.


Basicily, after glibc/eglibc step, rebuild binutils, and then the final gcc step.


I am not totally thru this, and I might could leave out the middle gcc step, here it is:










re-do binutils using gcc from above

re-do gcc using gcc from above



From: dreiland at hotmail.com
To: clfs-support at lists.cross-lfs.org
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 10:42:41 -0400
Subject: [Clfs-support] eglibc --enable-kernel

I have completed the gcc final step (5.14. Cross GCC-4.4.1 - Final ) in the development book.
eglibc was configured with --enable-kernel=2.6.0, but if I do a file on my just built gcc, it says for GNU/Linux 2.6.8.
The libs under /tools/lib look ok (for linux 2.6.0) , but if doesn't seem the final gcc used it.
Did I do something wrong?

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