glibc can not be installed anywhere than in /usr
Wed Jun 8 09:23:00 GMT 2011
2011/6/8 Yann E. MORIN <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Please keep the list CCed next time...
Sorry, forgot to do reply-all...
> On Monday 06 June 2011 21:07:28 Jean-Michel Hautbois wrote:
>> 2011/5/25 Yann E. MORIN <email@example.com>:
>> > On Wednesday 25 May 2011 173051 Jean-Michel Hautbois wrote:
>> >> Hi Yann, list
>> >> First of all, crosstool-ng is a great tool, quite easy to configure.
>> >> I am currently trying to recompile a gcc for my x86_64 machine using
>> >> crosstool-ng-1.11.3,
>> > Crosstool-NG is not (yet?) capable of building native toolchains.
>> >> When I looked at the glibc-eglibc.sh-common file I noticed that --prefix is
>> >> hardcoded with --prefix=/usr
>> >> According to me, this should not be the case, but is there any good reason
>> >> for doing that ?
>> > Yes, this has to be /usr. See:
>> > http://www.gnu.org/software/libc/manual/html_mono/libc.html#Configuring-and-compiling
>> I am now trying to make a cross compiler, and it also asks me for
>> removing the /usr/include/limits.
> You must *not* set CT_PREFIX_DIR to '/'. By default, crosstool-NG will
> try to remove that directory.
It is *not* set to '/'. It is set to a /home/... directory.
But I noticed that the option CT_RM_RF_PREFIX_DIR is set to yes, could
it explain this behaviour ?
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