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Re: Help about how to bootstrap gcc with local version glibc other than system one


"Bin.Cheng" <amker.cheng@gmail.com> writes:

> Seems to me Andrew was right in comment of PR69559, that we simply
> couldn't bootstrap GCC with sysroot.

The main use of sysroot is to build a cross compiler, which you cannot
bootstrap anyway.

> My question here is: If this is the case, how should I bootstrap a gcc
> against local version glibc, rather than the system one?  Is chroot
> the only way to do that?

Yes, building in a chroot or a VM is the best way to do it.  For
example, that's how the openSUSE Build Service works.

Andreas.

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