Glibc (another problem)
Eric A. Ayer
mwalker at ee.pdx.edu
Thu Jul 27 23:21:01 PDT 2000
> I finally narrowed down the problem to the configparms file. without the configparms file glibc compiles perfectly, but with it I get the following:
> > make -C debug subdir_lib
> > make: Entering directory `/mnt/hdc5/usr/src/glibc-2.1.3/debug'
> > ../Makerules:622: *** multiple target patterns. Stop.
> > make: Leaving directory `/mnt/hdc5/usr/src/glibc-2.1.3/debug'
> > make: *** [debug/subdir_lib] Error 2
> > make: Leaving directory `/mnt/hdc5/usr/src/glibc-2.1.3'
> > make: *** [all] Error 2
> I have checked my configparms file repeatedly, and can not find anything different about it from the one in LFS2.3.6. Any ideas on what could be wrong, or how I could get the equivalent effect without using configparms?
I have had the exact same problem, and fixed it the exact same way (and posted
a message here, but that was a while ago). In the documentation for glibc, it
says that just using --prefix=/usr will cause the files to be laid out the way
Linux wants them. I *believe* that configparms is unnecesssary, and I have
worked on a lot of computers with it, including an AMD K62, as well as Celerons
and other Pentium flavors.
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