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Re: upgrading glibc for mipsel

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Subject: Re: upgrading glibc for mipsel
From: "Jason Talley" <jbtalley98@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 21:26:25 -0500
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I used crosstool to build gcc3.4.5 w/ glibc 2.3.6, linux-headers 2.6.12, and linuxthreads 2.3.6

We've been using this for a couple of months and haven't run across any major issues.
Good luck.

On 6/28/07, David Daney <ddaney@avtrex.com> wrote:
Ratin Rahman (mratin) wrote:
> In an effort to build gdbserver, I am trying to upgrade my glibc and
> gcc cross compile tools. I am  having
> problem while bulding glibc-2.3.3, mipsel compiler version 3.2.3 and
> current glibc ver
> is 2.2.5.
>

Stock glibc-2.3.3 will not work on mipsel-linux.  I posted the patch I
use few years ago to this list.  You could try with that patch.  Or look
at the cross-tool project.  Some people have had success using it to
build toolchains.

David Daney


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