Cross-LFS build method
opslynx at gmail.com
Thu Jun 16 17:59:14 PDT 2005
Hmm. Most of us don't choose the host system because of speed (those
going from 32 to 64, be it SPARC, MIPS, IA64, AMD64). Let's say I've
got a really
nice shiny Athlon 64 4000+. I want to make a 64 bit LFS for it. Both
host and target are the same. I have a 32 bit distro running on it. I
still have to use cross-compiling techniques. Isn't that the situation
for most users nowadays?
On 6/16/05, M.Canales.es <manuel at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
> El Jueves, 16 de Junio de 2005 23:05, Jeremy Huntwork escribió:
> > 1) If you chose to build on the host system because of its speed, you
> > get to use that speed for the entire build.
> That will meant that the user will want to cross-compile also a lot of
> packages from BLFS, most notably an X Window System, a Windows or Desktop
> Manager, and other big packages.
> Then, or BLFS should to change to use also cross-compile instructions, or the
> user is smart enough to figure out how to build that packages. But it that
> case the user possibly will know also how to cross-compile a full system
> without the need of to read the LFS book.
> Manuel Canales Esparcia
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