[uClibc] Buildroot failing

Erik Andersen andersen at codepoet.org
Wed Oct 22 09:31:12 UTC 2003

On Tue Oct 21, 2003 at 12:15:53PM -0400, tom at ceisystems.com wrote:
> Hello again,
> 	I figured I'd try to repost, in case my previous message was
> missed.  I am attempting to use the buildroot system to make a custom
> chroot build environment.  I am on an x86 system, compiling for an x86,
> so I don't believe it's an architecture issue.  :-P  Here's what I'm
> seeing:
> <snip>
> bzcat /opt/development/flashpoint/buildroot/sources/dl/gcc-3.3.2.tar.bz2
> | tar -C /opt/development/flashpoint/buildroot/toolchain_build_i386 -xvf
> -.2.tar.bz2] Itar:
> /opt/development/flashpoint/buildroot/toolchain_build_i386: Cannot
> chdir: No such file or directory
> tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
> make: ***
> [/opt/development/flashpoint/buildroot/toolchain_build_i386/gcc-3.3.2/.u
> npacked] Error 2
> <end>
> I have told buildroot _not_ to build a toolchain at all, and yet it
> seems that it is still trying to make one.  When I do attempt to build
> the gcc3.3 toolchain, it fails when attempting to build for the target
> system, telling me that the directory libiberty does not exist.  It
> would seem as though it does not like compiling in a directory other
> than the source directory.  Any idean?  My Makefile is right out of CVS.
> The only thing I have changed is to disable the toolchain and tinylogin.

I must admit that I have not tried this configuration recently
so I have probably allowed it to break somehow.  I'll try to 
find some time to fix it up later today,


Erik B. Andersen             http://codepoet-consulting.com/
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