Clemente Aguiar posted
excerpted below, on Thu, 08 Dec 2005 12:02:31 +0000:
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> I did a new instalattion of Gentoo 2005.r1 (AMD64).
??? You mean 2005.0-r1, correct?
> After the basic stage3 instalation, kernel compilation and reboot,
> everything was fine.
> I then decided to recompile all:
> emerge -e world
> and I get an error when it gets to compile gcc
> -Wold-style-definition -isystem ./include -fPIC -DHAVE_SYSLOG -g
> -Wl,--version-script=libgcc/32/libgcc.map -o 32/libgcc_s.so.1.tmp -m32
> libgcc/32/_muldi3.o libgcc/32/_negdi2.o libgcc/32/_lshrdi3.o
-fPIC with -m32? To my knowledge, that's not a good combination. 64-bit
requires -fPIC on some stuff (but it should be added by the ebuild where
necessary, don't do it yourself), but -m32 indicates it's compiling the
32-bit stuff here, and that shouldn't get -fPIC, AFAIK.
> Here is my emerge --info
> Portage 18.104.22.168-r3 (default-linux/amd64/2005.1, gcc-3.4.4,
> glibc-2.3.5-r2, 2.6.12-gentoo-r10 x86_64)
> System uname: 2.6.12-gentoo-r10 x86_64 Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.60GHz
> CFLAGS="-O2 -march=nocona -pipe"
OK, -fPIC isn't in your CFLAGS, so that isn't the problem. I wonder why
it's adding it for 32-bit compilation? Someone else feel free to step in
here, but that doesn't look at all right, to me. Perhaps a bug in the
ebuild? If no one says -fPIC is supposed to be there for 32-bit, I'd
consider filing a bug, as I'm /almost/ positive it shouldn't be there, and
it's not in your cflags, so it's gotta be an issue with the ebuild.
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