different gcc lib after chroot ?
lfs at linux.demon.co.uk
Sat Jul 1 01:55:36 PDT 2000
Donnie Roos wrote
> I just finished installing GCC in the chroot'ed enviroment and noticed that
> a different library is installed than when installing the LFS-GCC before
> chroot (I compare the filesystem to find newer files/diferences).
Donnie, thanks for raising this. I did the same and I also found that
there were un-replaced files, uncluding /usr/lib/libstdc++.a.2.10.0.
> Before the chroot the following lib (and link) is installed:
> libstdc++.a -> ../../../libstdc++.a.2.10.0
> After chroot it is as follows:
> libstdc++.a -> ../../../libstdc++-libc6.1-2.a.3
This information about what used to point to the file does suggest
to me that the file can safely be deleted.
I'm also interested in explaining why this happens, but I can't yet.
John Phillips john at linux.demon.co.uk
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