|Subject:||Cross-compile of xfsprogs-2.6.10 fails|
|From:||"Kevin P. Fleming" <kpfleming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 29 Apr 2004 21:53:58 -0700|
|Organization:||Back To Basics Network Management|
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I'm trying to cross-compile xfsprogs-2.6.10. I have successfully run the
configure script specifying the correct build, target and host strings.
Most of xfsprogs builds properly, except for mkfs. Building mkfs
requires building mkfs/maxtrres and then _running_ it, which means its a
build-system binary, not a target binary. Unfortunately the xfsprogs
Makefiles don't make any distinction, and use the target compiler/linker
to build maxtrres, which means it won't run on the build system.
I can manually build and run it for now using the correct compiler/linker, but this should be properly fixed in the xfsprogs distribution.
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