Re: Cross compiling doesn't work anymore (was: Re: GNU libc snapshots work again on the Hurd)
>>>>> Marcus Brinkmann writes:
MB> ld: warning: ld.so.1, needed by /usr/i386-gnu/lib/libc.so.0.2,
MB> not found (try using --rpath)
MB> I could fix this by adding '-Xlinker "-rpath=/usr/i386-gnu/lib"'
MB> to gcc command line. There must be a different solution to this,
MB> as it worked before.
It only worked before because the linker script explicitly specified
libhurduser/libmachuser, but now they're dragged in by shared library
The correct solution is to add `-Wl,-rpath-link=/usr/i386-gnu/lib' to
the cross-compiler wrapper. I've changed make-cross to do this... you
can get it from alpha.gnu.org:/gnu/hurd/ghhk/make-cross.
MB> Gordon, please add the following symlinks to the Debian package,
MB> they are missing:
MB> /gnu/lib/libc.so.0.2 -> libc-2.0.106.so
MB> /gnu/lib/libhurduser.so.0.0 -> libhurduser-2.0.106.so
Thanks, I've already done this...
BTW, I've got access to master.debian.org now, so I can finally upload
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