Powerpc-eabi, bootstrap compilers...
Thu Oct 18 09:00:00 GMT 2001
I took the habit of compiling the native and cross-compilers with
LD_RUN_PATH set to /crossgcc/i686-pc-linux-gnu/lib set in the
environment (which is where libgcc and glibc are being put with my
config) so all the pieces of the compiler will go look there for
libraries by default.
This won't affect your own programs that these compilers/tools will
This makes it more independent of any changes happening on my system.
Btw, I built a very customizable Makefile that takes care of all the
options to the various configure scripts, including finding and using
target-dependent headers and libraries.
It also permits adding target-dependent customizations to take care of
special features needed for powerpc-eabi, for example.
I'm sure Bill and you will be interested!
[ mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ] On Behalf Of William A.
Sent: October 17, 2001 16:29
To: Joe Sislow
Subject: Re: Powerpc-eabi, bootstrap compilers...
> Ok, while I've been messing with other stuff, I decided to try out
> doing a powerpc-eabi build, and I get the following error types (a
> bunch of 'em) when trying to compile the bootstrap:
> powerpc-eabi-ar: error while loading shared libraries:
> powerpc-eabi-ar: symbol fnmatch, version GLIBC_2.2.3 not defined in
> file libc.so.6 with link time reference
Man, what's up with that? :^)
You aren't doing a --with-headers=..., are you?
Have you looked at the build script on crossgcc.billgatliff.com?
Powerpc-eabi builds clean with it, at least with gcc-2.95.3 and
binutils-2.10.someting. Binutils-2.11.2 should also work, at least
except for the latest version of Cygwin (which I'm troubleshooting as
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