Rogelio M.Serrano Jr.
rogelio at smsglobal.net
Mon Aug 30 14:42:51 UTC 2004
On 2004-08-30 22:36:04 +0800 Rob Landley <rob at landley.net> wrote:
> On Monday 30 August 2004 06:10, Mike Frysinger wrote:
>> On Monday 30 August 2004 03:35 am, Rob Landley wrote:
>>> Let's see, stuff I can't build in my little distro because it needs
>>> support includes ncurses (which means I can't build less), and
>>> (which I really miss). My notes say groff also needs c++ support.
>> ncurses can disable c++ support via configure options (i think it's
> Cool. Will try after Linucon.
>> and groff is needed most of the time if you want manpages to
>> be built on the fly (in an embedded world, you shouldnt have manpages
>> anyways :]) ... groff is written in c++ so you're probably gonna
>> need a c++
>> compiler :P
> I didn't say I missed groff. Just that it didn't build. :)
>>> The builds of all of these are described in the linux from scratch
>> what does LFS have to do with anything ? :)
>> they dont really target embedded ...
> A) Who said I was targeting embedded?
> B) They say how to build stuff. I rip out half their packages in the
> I build. (libtool? *shudder*.)
It all works with buildroot. LFS is optimised for glibc. Buildroot is
a better way to build a uclibc based system.
Blood is thicker than water... and much tastier too.
John Davidorff Pell
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