Linux From Scratch Question
From: Josh Beck (webmaster_at_freewebspace.planetdns.net)
Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004 15:48:08 GMT
I'm attempting to build a linux system from scratch
by installing all the packages one at a time.
I've installed GCC
I've installed glibc 2.3.3
I know that is very general, but a general answer
is all I need.
When compiling tclsh, a test program, I get an
undefined reference error in the library libc.so.6
It is an undefined reference to '_dl_tls_symmaddr@GLIBC_PRIVATE'
Glibc is compiled against kernel headers.
Could it be that when I compiled it, I included
certain kernel headers that I shouldn't have?
In other words, is libc.so.6 a library that is
dynamically built when glibc 2.3.3 is compiled
based on what I point it to? Or is this library
a static file that is always compiled the same way?
-I hope that makes sense.