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I'm building an lfs on Arch Linux
I follow ALL the commands perfectly
but when i adjust the toolchain, readelf does not put on screen anything
because the "requesting program interpreter" is tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2, and NOT /tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2
Can you help me?
The gcc of this Arch is the 4.5.2
If the first / is missing I suspect a typo somewhere in the previous steps (might even have occured in the previous chapters). Have you redone the commands in the first grey box (chapter 5.8)?
If I look at the system requirements I don't see any problems with using gcc 4.5.2 on your (arch) host.
Although you mention following the book in the above post I have to ask: Did you really? I'm double checking 'cause if I look at your other posts I do see you've been solving problems in a "creative" way (adding to/changing commands and using a newer gcc version) I do hope you didn't do that this time around....
(all that sed-stuff is not easy to write on a IT-keyboard)
I would copy/paste those commands. As long as you understand what's being done and don't just copy/paste the commands and skip the explanatory text there's nothing wrong with that. It will make sure you don't make typo's (especially true for the larger, more complicated commands.