Versioned glibc symbols

Daniel Kegel dank@kegel.com
Fri Oct 8 20:25:00 GMT 2004


Robert Schwebel wrote:
> ... I'm trying to build the i386-generic-glibc target (which tries to
> build glibc-2.2.5) in PTXdist with the debian-provided i386-linux-gcc.
> I'm not sure against which version this one was built. ...
> 
> - download ptxdist-0.7.0
> - optionally link <path-to-your-src-dir> to src
> - make i386-generic-glibc_config
> - change
> 
> 	#
> 	# Generic Options
> 	#
> 	PTXCONF_CROSSCHAIN_CHECK="3.3.4"
> 	PTXCONF_GNU_TARGET="i386-linux"
> 
>   in .config
> - time make world 2>&1 | tee logfile

You're trying to build glibc with some random gcc?
That's not generally going to fly.  Gcc and glibc
have so many circular dependencies that you pretty
much want to build them together.  Why not use
crosstool to put together the toolchain as you
normally do?

- Dan


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