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Old 11-09-2012, 01:58 AM   #16
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Just a quick question regarding chapter 6.2.

I might have made these dirs and nods as root. Will this create a problem when booting the system?
Those steps must be done as root user!

BTW: If you stop and restart at a later point (re-boot), you do need to redo certain parts of 6.2 (The Note at the bottom of the page).
 
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Those steps must be done as root user!

BTW: If you stop and restart at a later point (re-boot), you do need to redo certain parts of 6.2 (The Note at the bottom of the page).
i did do that 2day
 
Old 11-10-2012, 02:23 AM   #18
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anyway after I did these steps, the make install gives the same 127 error as the test did. So I'm really stuck now.

need some advice regarding fixing this error
 
Old 11-10-2012, 02:50 AM   #19
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First of all: Do not fully replace a previous reply (#15). People that are subscribed to a thread get a notification once a new post is made, not when a previous post is edited. I, and probably many others, do not keep looking back at older threads/posts unless I'm notified of a new post. Your last post (#18) triggered me to have a look and without that I would not have noticed the new information.

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anyway after I did these steps, the make install gives the same 127 error as the test did. So I'm really stuck now.

need some advice regarding fixing this error
Some of the errors are known and can be ignored as described in the LFS book, but your output shows way to many to ignore them and continue with the build.

I'm not able to find a reason.

Looking at the previous errors you encountered (binutils and glibc) I do wonder if something went wrong in those (or other) steps that still need to be fixed.

There's also the issue with executing LFS related commands from outside the chrooted environment, which could have had a negative impact on your host.

If the problem is not related to this specific chapter then it will be hard to impossible to find out what went wrong and fixing it might not even be possible without redoing large parts of the build.

The sane advise to give is: Start again from scratch. Do make sure your host is ok before you start with LFS (if this is done from a VM: remove all and reinstall your host).

I'm sure this is not what you wanted to read, but keep in mind that most people that build LFS for the first time need to start again at some point.... You do have some more experience so things should go more smoothly this time around.
 
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ok after a last desperate search and try I finally found the error.

It was an error in the compiling of Perl in chapter 5.28.

After I recompiled Perl the make and test and make install of Glibc went the way it was suppost to go!!

tx for the help anyway
 
Old 11-10-2012, 08:17 AM   #21
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Glad to see you fixed that problem!

BTW: You're lucky that this happened before 6.10 (Adjusting the Toolchain), once that chapter is done you cannot go back to chapter 5 to fix things......
 
  


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