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Re: Can't build the latest toolchain.
I have been working with the kit today and finally figured out your
suggestion. I do appreciate the reply. I am ready to post another not
because after building the tool-chain, my next step was to build only
one target "ws-pc-x86_64" but I am failing the build now because of a
dependency for LILO.
I was trying to build on SLES 11 SP1 and am now in the process of
building a CentOS 6.1 (64 Bit) system to see if the REDHAT change
makes a difference.
If I could learn which distribution someone that has successfully
built on it would make it easier to match the Linux distribution and
probably be successful.
On Dec 13, 9:00 pm, Douglas Jerome <[email protected]> wrote:
> BruceFerjulian wrote:
> > Kit: ttylinux-src-mp8.tar
> > Toolchain build is looking for 2.21 of binutils but it no longer
> > exists, only 2.21.1 exists. How do I change the build to use the new
> > kit.
> > Tried to trick out by downloading by hand the 2.21.1 kit and renaming
> > it to 2.21 and replacing the md5sum but the build later complains it
> > can't unzip. ( unzip, isn't it a bz2 file )?
> > -Bruce-
> I forget which one used binutils-2.21. Which make target are
> you using? I now have:
> "make i486-2.9-gnu" ............ sm-pc-i486
> "make i486-2.12.1-gnu" ......... ut|ws-pc-i486
> "make i686-2.12.1-gnu" ......... ut|ws-pc-i686
> "make x86_64-2.12.1-gnu" ....... ut|ws-pc-x86_64
> Try changing it to binutils-2.21.1.tar.bz2 by first making
> the scripts/binutils/binutils-versions.sh file look like:
> # vim: syntax=sh
> and then change xbt-build-config.sh to have:
> If you want to then build a ws ttylinux, then
> there is more to do there.