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

DJ Lucas dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Dec 4 12:18:32 PST 2018


On December 3, 2018 5:26:10 PM CST, Bruce Dubbs via lfs-dev <lfs-dev at lists.linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
>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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No, something out of the ordinary. Came up when the build order was changed last time. Think procps links to systemd and needs the util-linux logs or something. Give me a bit and I'll confirm what it was.

--DJ

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