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Re: Successful compilation of toolchain on ubuntu, but failed compilation of netbsd on ubuntu using that toolchain
On 22/08/2012, at 9:47 PM, Jorge Yee <gippal617%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> 4. From the errors I got during configuration phase, I did 3 things (install
> zlib, change permission for missing.sh to executable, install g++)
That sounds like standard Ubuntu issues that all software developers have. I
don't what missing.sh is though.
> 5. That allowed me to run "sudo ./build.sh -m i386 tools" successfully
You don't need to run sudo. NetBSD is able to build everything as an
unprivileged user. A lot of people seem to have a script wrapper for build.sh
that supplies their personally preferred options to build.sh. Mine always
specifies "-U" for an unprivileged build.
> 7. After I ran "./build.sh -u -m i386 kernel=MYKERNEL", I got the following
> error which I will continue trying to resolve tmr:
> *** buffer overflow detected ***:
> ======= Backtrace: =========
That looks like a problem alright. I'm copying my source tree into an Ubuntu
12.04 VM now to see if I can see anything, but there are many people on this
list how know a lot more about the toolchain than me.
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