On Mon, 26 Jun 2006, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-06-25 at 23:55 +0100, paul at clubi.ie wrote:
>> Binutils maybe. Kernel headers??? You thinking of glibc maybe?
>> From a developer on the HLFS list:
> for gcc-4.1. Does anyone happen to know a reason gcc-4.1.1, or
> glibc-2.4, would need a newer (hjl) binutils version?
> Some time later, he came back with the compile using glibc 'in the bag'
> and this:
> # - Kernel headers (I used linux-126.96.36.199):
> # I dont know if this will be the way kernel headers are installed, but
> # it works for now. It's a good idea to be running this kernel version
> # on the host system, for Glibc. Unpack your kernel source.
> Now I'm not arguing with him, and I'm not arguing with you. Goodbye :-)
I'm not arguing, I'm just guessing you're mixing several different
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CPU needs bearings repacked
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