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Re: crt1.o missing

To: thomas_blattmann@canada.com
Subject: Re: crt1.o missing
From: Geert Uytterhoeven <geert@linux-m68k.org>
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 09:47:23 +0200 (MEST)
Cc: Linux/MIPS Development <linux-mips@linux-mips.org>
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On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 thomas_blattmann@canada.com wrote:
> > That's the host-libc6. You need a target-libc6.
> > 
> > tpkg-install-libc can do that for you. You need to
> > install dpkg-cross and
> > toolchain-source first.  More information about this
> > can be found in
> > /usr/share/doc/toolchain-source/ (toolchain-source is
> > the Debian-recommended
> > way to build cross-compilers).
> > 
> > But since you're compiler is installed in /usr/local/
> > and dpkg-cross will
> > install libc6 in /usr, you'll have to add some
> symbolic
> > links from (possibly
> > some parts under) /usr/local/mipsel-linux/ to
> > /usr/lib/mipsel-linux/.
> 
> I tired 'tpkg-install-libc mipsel' and mipsel-linux. It
> failed with the error message
> 
> Building libc6-mipsel-cross_2.3.2.ds1-18_all.deb
> Unpacking libc6-mipsel-cross
> dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of
> libc6-mipsel-cross:
>  libc6-mipsel-cross depends on
> libdb1-compat-mipsel-cross; however:
>   Package libdb1-compat-mipsel-cross is not installed.
> dpkg: error processing libc6-mipsel-cross (--install):
>  dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
> Errors were encountered while processing:
>  libc6-mipsel-cross
> dpkg -i failed.
> 
> 
> ...and I can't find this package
> libdb1-compat-mipsel-cross.

Which toolchain-source are you using? Probably the one in Debian stable? Please
try testing.

Gr{oetje,eeting}s,

                                                Geert

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