Building 64bit LFS
Hi, I have built LFS before quite a few times since LFS 4.1.
Checking the main website LFS has only cross builds from native host systems, i.e. 32bit x86, this method of building LFS requires using a cross compiler, and breaks the Bootloaders.
I am going to try and build a System on a 64bit Laptop, does anyone know if bootloaders should work correctly when built from within an x86_64 host, to a x86_64 LFS.
(I assume that they would work as the problem probably lies on the use of "--host=****" tags)
I am assuming that all of the other core packages do but I would like to be able to boot into my System instead of 'chroot'ing into it.
(Sorry If this question has been answeared before but I have read many different things relating to LFS and none of them seem to say either way)
when you build an multilib lfs you can aso build grub, in pure64 you has an problem with grub. Take a look at : http://www.kenmoffat.uklinux.net/hints/pure64.txt
He explain how he install lilo.
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