I got through gcc and am now install glibc again… have an error that’s one that was documented in LFS … so much for that one “do check” it was because I didn’t have all my filesystems mounted.
I had one on gmp install that might prove useful, when running configure
I had to add ABI=32 as a suffix to configure as gmp couldn’t find it , so I had to pass it in configure.
Another note on “ccache” is seems that it’s use in command line is not supported in this version of gcc. not as a command line arguement anyways. the only way to use it is link it against gcc or add to bashrc it seems. Have to wait till I get past the “big three” before I enable it again.
Got all the way to Perl and got this:
ext/Sys/Syslog/t/syslog…..# Failed test ‘setlogsock() should return true: ”’
# at ../ext/Sys/Syslog/t/syslog.t line 204
FAILED at test 176
then found this on the web:
"/if grep/a skip "not testing setlogsock('stream'): _PATH_LOG unavailable", 10
unless -e Sys::Syslog::_PATH_LOG();"
now perl compiles and test fine :
this is the upstream for this fix:
There is so much going on that I just don’t understand, good thing there’s Google 🙂