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Old 05-15-2002, 06:03 AM   #1
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time of compile ? what CPU is used by the author ?


by the way the timings that are using in the LFS book, does anyone know with which processor are related?

What I mean....

It says that glibc needs 46 minutes for compile...well it took me about 10minutes.. with an xp1800 @ 1.53, 512Ram pc2100.
 
Old 05-16-2002, 02:33 PM   #2
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Re: time of compile ? what CPU is used by the author ?

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by the way the timings that are using in the LFS book, does anyone know with which processor are related?

What I mean....

It says that glibc needs 46 minutes for compile...well it took me about 10minutes.. with an xp1800 @ 1.53, 512Ram pc2100.
The stats are old and need to be redone soon. Secondly, they are averages of a mix of CPU:

Intel PIII-750, Intel Celeron 533, AMD 750. I haven't added my new box specs (P4 2.2 Ghz). I'm waiting for GCC-3.1 to go in the book, then we'll redo all the build times and the estimated disk space requirements. And yes, the book will then also list what specs the times are based upon.
 
  


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