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[Bug ld/6027] New: Bootstrap of combined gcc + binutils, with --enable-s
oblivian at users dot sourceforge dot net
[Bug ld/6027] New: Bootstrap of combined gcc + binutils, with --enable-shared, with sysroot fails
3 Apr 2008 14:48:35 -0000
This bug is a continuation from
It appears that native retargeting of the gcc compiler is not supported in the
4.3/4.4 series in favor of the sysroot option. When trying to build a pass 1
compiler with combined gcc and binutils in a single directory, ld is appending
an extra sysroot prefix in the linker during libgcc linking.
The entire glibc and gcc+binutils toolchain is being installed in a non root
directory that will eventually be used to chroot with and allow for follow on
installation of a host system in the real root directory without overwriting any
tool binary files.
Whether the patch in http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=4966 is
correct or not, when applied to the combined toolchain source, it allows the
bootstrap to complete successfully.
Summary: Bootstrap of combined gcc + binutils, with --enable-
shared, with sysroot fails
AssignedTo: unassigned at sources dot redhat dot com
ReportedBy: oblivian at users dot sourceforge dot net
CC: bug-binutils at gnu dot org
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