Re: New XFree86 and (Re: autobuilder...glibc 2.1...egcs 1.1.2)
On Sat, Apr 24, 1999 at 12:42:30PM -0400, Steve Dunham wrote:
> Ben Collins <email@example.com> writes:
> > In case you haven't noticed, I've setup an autobuilder for sparc and
> > have compiled some 500+ packages over the past few days. We were
> > initially at onl 53% sync with potato, we are not slightly over 89%.
> > There are a few more gnome packages I need to get out. I am going to
> > post failed builds here for you people to take a look at if you desire.
> > Send the relevant patches to the package maintainer and buildd will
> > pick it up on the next upload.
> Which gnome packages? I have been rebuilding the gnome 1.0 packages
> in the staging area.
Just a few apps that had compile problems, seemingly from glibc 2.0/2.1
> Also, I've compiled the prerelease of the update of XFree86 for slink
> (188.8.131.52a-11pre12v1) with a patch added to fix the /dev/fb* problems,
> it can be found at:
> I'll try the libc packages too. You were also working on an a sparc64
> compiler, right? What's the status on that. If egcs 1.1.2 can
> correctly compile the sparc64 kernel I'd rather use it than the
> current egcs64 package (which gets internal errors on the 3com
I uploaded a newer one to unstable a bit ago. Presumably the egcs 1.1.2
does not compile sparc64 kernels. When the mainline egcs package can do
this, we should just be able to compiled with --with-cpu=ultrasparc and
get a dual target gcc right with a default of -m32 (-m64 must be
> Also, some people may have found this out already, the sparc64
> platform does not run libc5 packages unless you use the ld.so from
> UltraPenguin. I will port the patches when I find some time. This
> problem is only relevent to people trying to build altgcc packages on
> UltraSparc systems. (We essentially need a different version of the
> dynamic loader on sun4u machines.)
Yes yes yes! I really need to be able to run the libc5 java.
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