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Re: No luck with libc compilation - missing l4/arch.h file (?)

From: Bas Wijnen
Subject: Re: No luck with libc compilation - missing l4/arch.h file (?)
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 09:07:19 +0100
User-agent: Debian Thunderbird 1.0 (X11/20050116)

I was also compiling the libc things yesterday and got it working.  I
just did ln -s /l4/include/* /usr/local/include, which isn't very nice,
but acceptable to me (because there isn't much in /usr/local/include on
my system anyway).  My program didn't use any hurd libs though, I guess
I need more links to make them work.  I'll try the approach you pointed out.

Anyway, I'm writing a walkthrough in the form of a script to get the
thing running.  I'll probably post it soon (but not before FOSDEM).

Marcus: please commit the patch that Dawid attached in his first e-mail,
the README is confusing as it is (and wrong).  Also, there should be a
note about linking the include and library files.


Dawid Gajownik wrote:
Dnia 02/23/2005 10:03 PM, Użytkownik Marcus Brinkmann napisał:

The problem is that there are inter-dependencies between the Hurd and
glibc.  This means that we will need install-header targets.  Also see
hurd/INSTALL-cross (from the Hurd repository) for info on bootstrap
issues - they are similar to the ones you face.

Thanks for the comprehensive answer! I'll take a look at it. Hope that
it won't be so overwhelming and I'll figure something out ;)


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