lfslivecd-x86_64-6.3-r2014 6.23. Perl-5.8.8 make fails

Danny Engelbarts d.engelbarts at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 16:03:35 PDT 2007


On Sunday 21 October 2007 00:47:18 Bauke Jan Douma wrote:
> Danny Engelbarts wrote on 21-10-07 00:10:
> > Hi,
> >
> > While building perl on my system with the x86_64-6.3-r2014 livecd i got
> > the following error:
> >
> > make: *** No rule to make target `<command-line>', needed by
> > `miniperlmain.o'. Stop.
> >
> > I was able to resolve this error using the patch in this mail;
> >
> > http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.porters/2006/11/msg117738.html
> >
> > I'm not sure why i got this error, searching it on google i only got 4
> > hits which leades me to believe it's rather rare ... i must add that,
> > allthough i used gcc-4.1.2 for my toolchain, i decided to use 4.2.2 in
> > step 6.12 hoping that would save me the trouble of upgrading later. Might
> > this have caused perl to fail?
>
> Am I the only one, when reading posts like this, that thinks:
>
> "Basically, as soon as you knowingly deviate from the prescription,
> you're not building LFS anymore, and shouldn't really be expecting
> your subsequent problems to be dealt with on this list."

You might be right, which is why i didn't come screaming to this list but went 
searching elsewhere first, had i not found the answer i'd probably restarted 
without 4.2.2. However i found a solution and posted it to this list (for the 
benefit of those experiencing the same problem).
Then i ask a simple question wether or not installing the 4.2.2 compiler 
instead of the 4.1.2 could be cullprit. In my opinion it shouldn't matter 
which compiler i choose to install on the system because the one in the 
toolchain is used to compile perl. I did however get an error and i'm 
wondering wether i should revise this opinion ... i'm not asking or expecting 
anyone to deal with non-existing problems.

Regards, Danny.

>
> bjd





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