Subject: Re: [Pkglinux-tech] more binutils
To: HIRAMATSU Yoshifumi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Christer Solskogen <email@example.com>
Date: 10/12/2005 13:13:27
On Wed, October 12, 2005 13:00, HIRAMATSU Yoshifumi wrote:
> I have not tried myself, but what would happen if you add
> LOWER_VENDOR= pc
> to mk.conf?
> At Mon, 10 Oct 2005 18:51:49 +0200 (CEST),
> "Christer Solskogen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, October 10, 2005 18:38, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>> > On Mon, 10 Oct 2005, Christer Solskogen wrote:
>> >> I have used slackware as an pkgsrc-builder machine (until pkglinux
>> is a
>> >> fully distro), and binutils insist to install some files into
>> >> /usr/pkg/i386-slackware-linux. How do I change this behavior?
>> > I don't know yet.
>> > Do you want it to use a different name?
>> Since pkglinux is not slackware, yes :)
>> I think i686-pc-linux-gnu a bit more suitable.
>> When building joe both host system type, and target system type is
>> i386-slackware-linux-gnu. Is there maybe a variable that is needed? Or
>> it something else that triggers this.
I did the most hairy trick in the book.
I added MACHINE_GNU_PLATFORM=i686-pc-linux-gnu to mk.conf - And it works.
But I dont know if does goes back if I remove it (I have recompiles
autotools, libtool, gcc and binutils after the change)
Is there a tool for rebuilding(and reinstalling) every package I have
installed from pkgsrc?