[blfs-support] 64bit lfs question

Ken Moffat zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com
Mon Dec 17 04:36:27 PST 2012


On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 11:23:19AM +0000, lux-integ wrote:
> Greetings
> 
> For the past 4/5 years I have been doing exclusively pure64bit (amd64cpu) clfs 
> builds.  
> I urgently need to upgrade to a build that uses glibc-2.16  (to see if 
> nfs4/rpcbind/gssd works !)  and clfs is currently embedded in 
> eglibc-2.15/gcc-4.6.3.    I am thinking of jumping ship back to lfs.  Ii have 
> the following question:-
> 
> are pure 64bit (amd64 cpu )  builds possible with lfs?

 Yes, I've only built pure64 x86_64 LFS for the past few years.
The difference in LFS is that it has the /lib64 symlinks so it isn't
quite so 'clean'.

>  and  if so can eglibc-2.16  be substituted  for  glibc-2.16 (for currentl lfs 
> development ) ?
> 

 Probably - last time I looked, I think one of the eglibc
maintainers was also on the glibc team.  For x86_64 native builds,
I doubt there is very much difference between eglibc and glibc
releases.

 Certainly nfs3/rpcbind works on LFS-7.2 but we did have a period
where not everything got installed.  No idea if your problems with
gssd are related.

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