On 10-05-2011 17:31:25 -0300, Ricky Egeland wrote:
> On May 10, 2011, at 4:59 PM, Maxim Koltsov wrote:
> >> gcc version 4.1.2 20080704 (Red Hat 4.1.2-48)
> >> $ ld -v
> >> GNU ld version 126.96.36.199.6-14.el5 20061020
> > It seems a bit too old, or too patched. Can you try installing newer
> > gcc? 4.2 series must me sufficient, i think. If repositories for your
> > distro doesn't have it, you can try installing it by hand, or emerge
> > =gcc-4.2 && emerge binutils && emerge =gcc-4.2, but the latter
> > probably won't work.
> I managed to get the bootstrap procedure moving along by installing an older version of binutils. I'm continuing to build my prefix area with that change.
I think this should be ok. On purpose a new gcc is emerged early in the
> But I took a look, and CentOS 5.5 provides gcc 4.4.4 in its 'base' repository as the 'gcc44' package, so maybe that would have worked. If I get a chance later I can try the prefix bootstrap again and see if binutils compiles with that.
On FreeBSD I also noticed that I needed this binutils 2.21-r1 version to
get things going. I think you're wasting your time if you try again
from scratch now.
Gentoo on a different level