Joined: Mar. 2005
||Posted: Feb. 02 2008,19:03
|Quote (stupid_idiot @ Jan. 25 2008,18:40)|
|I am using LFS 5.0.|
Link to LFS-5.0 index [archive.linuxfromscratch.org]
I'm sorry I forgot to mention which version I was using.
I only patched gcc and glibc so far.
For gcc, the patches are meant for gcc-3.3.1, but would still be relevant for gcc-3.3.6, so I manually edited a few files inside 'gcc-3.3.6/'. The patches are very small and very simple, so it's not very hard.
For gcc pass 2:
For gcc last pass (actual LFS install):
('gcc-3.3.1-specs-2.patch' from pass 1 must NOT be applied this time.)
For other software, e.g. coreutils, zlib, etc, I am using newer releases, so there is no need to apply the LFS-5.0 patches.
If it helps in compiling for DSL, awesome.
I've been trying to find a a distro that had the same kernel as dsl, apt-get, gcc and gnu-utils while allowing usb boot and apt-getting to ram (Live cd compile only ) but no luck :/
Even then, usb boot is only needed if I couldn't get live-cd toram and apt-get standard. Debian Sarge with a 2.4.27 kernel installed to a HD won't usb-boot :/