Putting Glibc in Chapter 6

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Jan 16 12:38:55 PST 2001


> been debating a recompile of GLIBC in the LFS environment just so I could
> use gcc 2.95.2 and make sure I am getting a good clean build of Glibc, is
> there any reason to do/not do this?  If I do it, are there any "got yas" to
> look out for?  Thanks,

You could recompile Glibc (after mawk and texinfo are both installed in 
chapter 6) but I would not recommend using compiler optimizations. Some 
programs don't run very stable when (heavily) optimized and Glibc 
is the last thing you want to be unstable.

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