Error while rebuilding glibc for ELDK
wd at denx.de
Wed Jul 10 22:39:10 EST 2002
In message <3D2C2468.A733D375 at imc-berlin.de> you wrote:
> I am using Wolfgang's ELDK for my ppc linux development. It works very good.
> Thanks a million, Wolfgang!
Thanks for the compliments :-)
> But since I want to use a 2.4.19 kernel instead of the 2.4.4 I tried to rebuild
> the glibc.
What has the kernel version to do with the C library used by
> I pulled the glibc-2.2.1-0f.src.rpm from ftp.leo.org installed it in
> /opt/ELDK/usr/src/denx/SRPMS and started rebuilding the glibc with
Ummm... you mean you pulled the source RPM from the ELDK directory?
> scholz at pinguin:/opt/ELDK/usr/src/denx/SPECS> ppc_8xx-rpm -ba glibc.spec
> It all works well until the installation scripts:
> So what's the problem here? Is the file "el.mo" broken? Can I skip this? (I am
> sure I won't need el.mo)
If I remember correctly, you're running on a SuSE system? We never
verified building in sucha n environment. Under RH-7.x (x=1,2,3) it
> BTW: Wolfgang, do I have to be superuser to rebuild a target package for ELDK? I
> guess not.
No. The only case where superuser permissions are needed is to create
the /dev entries (running the ELDK_MAKEDEV script) after installation
of the tools - but this is only necessary when you want to export the
native tools on a NFS server.
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