[lfs-dev] lfs-systemd svn 6.75.Util-linux-2.33

Bruce Dubbs bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 15:26:10 PST 2018

On 12/03/2018 04:42 PM, DJ Lucas via lfs-dev wrote:
> On December 3, 2018 11:12:34 AM CST, Bruce Dubbs via lfs-dev <lfs-dev at lists.linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
>> On 12/03/2018 10:02 AM, Thanos Baloukas via lfs-dev wrote:
>>> It has
>>> rm -vf /usr/include/{blkid,libmount,uuid}
>>> We don't create those symlinks now. It should be
>>> rm -vf /usr/lib/lib{blkid,mount,uuid}*
>>> Without the above the util-linux installation leaves in /usr/lib
>>> symlinks to /tools/lib
>> Those links are now only created in the systemd book.  We should
>> probably remove those at the end of the systemd section and remove the
>> reference in utils-linux.
>> If we decide to leave the rm command in util-linux, it should be marked
>> systemd onle, even if it is a null operation in the sysv version.
>> Douglas?  DJ?
>> I can do it if you don't have time.
> I think it would be best to do so in util-linux, but I cannot recall exactly why. Procps or psmisc also needs the libraries available I think. Of course, both of those are autotools IIRC, so we can get away with a -L/tools/lib in LDFLAGS, I think. Only Systemd is difficult because it uses the pkg-config values.

If there was a problem with Procps or psmisc, wouldn't it show up in the 
sysV book?  The symlinks are created in systemd and that isn't built 
with the sysV book.

Also, psmisc is built well before systemd.

   -- Bruce

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