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Re: make check failures
About 10 years ago, I have tried to install a Linux on a very old 386 Box. I did this by preparing a disk image on a
modern machine and then copied the image to the target machine.
As I remember I had a few similar problems. Finally I could solve them by building the needed files in a chroot
environment. As I remember I had to recompile parts of libc too, since the ready images I could download contained some
CPU instructions which are not implemented on the 386 (some instruction for fast detecting the first set bit …)
So I think chroot may help you, at least with all the prefixes to install …
Too long ago, to remember all steps.
Toebs Douglass schrieb:
Identical failures with "make -j 1 check".