Originally Posted by rlaybourn
Well i did double check and somehow i did notice that i was missing bison all the other programs are installed with acceptable versions.
Did you also create the link to yacc?
Was bison the only thing you needed to do to make Ubuntu compliant? I really doubt that, Ubuntu isn't an easy distro to make compliant (search this sub forum and be amazed...). Can you post the output of the version-check.sh
Strangely i have noticed the gcc compiler in tools/bin is not named i686-lfs-linux-gnu-gcc but it is named i686-pc-linux-gnu-gcc, i dont know if that will be derailing things.
No it won't, as explained here: chapter 4.4
(bottom of the page) and here: chapter 5.2
(the important box and the first "dot" under it)
I would suggest you use the LFS liveCD as a host. It was created just for that and will also make sure you don't have to change the host (ubuntu) you are normally working with. A much safer approach. If you take this advise, posting the output of the i]version-check.sh[/i] script isn't needed.
Hope this helps.