Re: Bug#723307: flash-kernel link with -L/usr/lib
please ignore this thread.
I've now noticed these bug reports were raised to debian-devel in the
"<foo> link with -L/usr/lib" thread.
On 18 September 2013 02:54, Dmitrijs Ledkovs <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear YunQiang Su,
> It looks like this class of problems is reported against a lot of
> packages now. Did you consult on debian-devel before doing this mass
> bug filing?
> On 17 September 2013 11:34, YunQiang Su <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Package: flash-kernel
>> Version: 3.11
>> X-Debbugs-CC: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> This package has one or more -L/usr/lib in its build system,
>> which will make it ftbfs if there is libraries under /usr/lib,
>> while is not the default architecture, mips* for example.
>> On mips* systems, /usr/lib is defined as place to hold O32
>> libraries, and /usr/lib32 for N32, and /usr/lib64 is for N64.
>> Beside the way, on the multiarch system like Debian, user may install
>> libraries under /usr/lib by hand.
>> Please use the default search path if you can, and please consider fix
>> I will try to fix this bug, while if you can help to fix it,
>> It will be very appreciative.
>> The attachement is the buildlog of this package on mips64el platform.