Powerpc-eabi, bootstrap compilers...
Thu Oct 18 11:23:00 GMT 2001
Well, what it turns out was going on was that my glibc stuff in /lib was version 2.2.2, and
I had installed 2.2.4 to /usr/local/lib. So, I just set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to
/usr/local/lib, and they all run just fine! BTW, I avoided installing them to /usr as many
of the FAQ's on installing glibc said it might be a bad idea.
Thanks all! You've been very helpful!
Kai Ruottu wrote:
> Joe Sislow wrote:
> > > David Korn wrote:
> > >
> > > > It sounds like you'd be much better off with powerpc-eabi, which you *can*
> > > > use with newlib.
> > 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
> > ---
> > My question is why it's running into GLIBC references? I specified --with-newlib
> > in the configuration. Are these standard Linux libraries that it's ok to use?
> For me this sounds like having problems with your native compiler/run-time libs
> installation, your compiler producing executables which needs the glibc-2.2.3 version
> for your installed '/lib/libc.so.6' but your current run-time library is not version
> the version 2.2.3...
> In your case I would use the 'objdump -p powerpc-eabi-ar' and look at the last lines
> in the output. If this gives the 'GLIBC_2.2.3' there, you must fix your native compiler
> first to use some earlier glibc. If you now link against a 2.2.3-version of 'libc.so.6',
> the run-time version must be the same version. Sometimes there aren't dependencies and
> the executables will work ok with older 'libc.so.6's, sometimes they don't... The
> produced 'powerpc-eabi-ar' can be one of these cases...
> Cheers, Kai
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