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Michael Bevilacqua wrote:
> During kernel compile ld(1) is unable to find
> I was able to compile my current kernel without problems prior to
> changing to gcc 4.1.1 and rebuilding world with the -e flag, so I have a
> bad feeling something was altered to make this error occur.
> To get through the compile I created a link within /usr/src/linux like so:
> ln -s /usr/lib/binutils/mips-unknown-linux-gnu/2.16.1/ldscripts .
> However, even with the working .config that is running on my machine or
> the default ip32 config, I can't get this newly compiled kernel to work.
> It just hangs or does even load.
> Here is the original error:
Haven't seen this one before, but I'm taking a stab and wondering if the
-multitarget keyword is to blame.
I've never tried disabling it, but it looks like your building natively on the
O2, so your userland/system binutils will be 32bit (mips-unknown-linux-gnu), but
if you somehow disabled binutils from building a mips64 target (which I think it
does during normal installs, cause they take up hardly no space), then I could
see why the aboved referenced elf64* file is missing.
Try building w/ multitarget enabled, and see if that changes things.
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