Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2014 21:50:30 +0530 From: Weldon Goree <weldon@...gurwallah.org> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: A running list of questions from "porting" Slackware to musl On 09/30/2014 08:29 PM, stephen Turner wrote: > Weldon, i actually started building my own lfs with musl and i am > currently contemplating my own distribution centered around my > experiences in the IT field. Do you have a good source for building out > a complete system capable of compiling? Im currently working on a > minimal build environment using Busybox, Bash, Linux-Headers, Musl, > Make, Binutils, Glibc (with dependent math libs) And i am capable of > building a working system however when you test it the compiled files > (a.out) are not working even after verifying they are executable (chmod +x) > > any thoughts? > Well, for this latest project I've been using Slackware's ARM port documentation (http://alien.slackbook.org/blog/armport/), though obviously the particulars of $TARGET and $HOST are different (but pretty easily substituded). Cross Linux From Scratch (http://cross-lfs.org/) helped too, though some of the things they do are frankly psychotic, particularly with gcc's spec file (seriously: ignore all of that and just use CFLAGS and LDFLAGS). I've also got a side-side project going on to do a radically simplified Linux userland (as few code paths as possible), and that's pretty straightforward from Sabotage (even if sabotage isn't doing what you're doing, it's worth reading what they're doing: https://github.com/sabotage-linux/sabotage) as well as the good people at suckless (http://suckless.org). Cheers, Weldon
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