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Old 01-22-2004, 02:47 PM   #1
babysealclubber
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gcc: No such file or directory


I know I posted this in the LFS forum just now, but it was only then I realized that the volume of people who read that forum are slim to none, and I'm in a hurry for an answer so I apologize for double-posting.

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I've been following the Linux from Scratch book to the T from the beginning. My problem is I can't run gcc from inside the chroot environment. Outside the environment, running a /tools/bin/gcc -v (/tools points to /mnt/lfs/tools) outputs the gcc version 3.3.1 I built during the install. This is fine and expected. However, when I chroot into /mnt/lfs and try to run gcc, either using "gcc" or explicitly calling /tools/bin/gcc, I get a no such file or directory error. I can run any other program in /tools/bin except the compiler toolchain. This has me completely stumped. Anyone have any idea what's wrong?
 
Old 01-22-2004, 03:03 PM   #2
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Re: gcc: No such file or directory

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Originally posted by babysealclubber
I know I posted this in the LFS forum just now, but it was only then I realized that the volume of people who read that forum are slim to none, and I'm in a hurry for an answer so I apologize for double-posting.

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I've been following the Linux from Scratch book to the T from the beginning. My problem is I can't run gcc from inside the chroot environment. Outside the environment, running a /tools/bin/gcc -v (/tools points to /mnt/lfs/tools) outputs the gcc version 3.3.1 I built during the install. This is fine and expected. However, when I chroot into /mnt/lfs and try to run gcc, either using "gcc" or explicitly calling /tools/bin/gcc, I get a no such file or directory error. I can run any other program in /tools/bin except the compiler toolchain. This has me completely stumped. Anyone have any idea what's wrong?
As our rules indicate, don't double post as this is preferred to be in LFS as its an LFS question.

This thread will not be closed as we would like to direct all questions to your original post as that's why we have that forum, to try and get more participation in that forum.

Regards.
 
Old 01-22-2004, 03:03 PM   #3
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in the chroot directory try /bin/gcc

Sorry Tricky, I should have replied in the other form....


Forget it, I miss read what you wrote.... I have no idea.

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