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Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2014 17:55:39 -0400
From: stephen Turner <>
Subject: Re: libgcc errors

> That is the correct file, and there is no special way to download it.
> Those steps will work. Your problems are not caused by a bad patch, but
> pollution from your host libc and toolchain. Dynamic linking is hard to get
> rid of. (I'm trying to avoid a rant here...)
> If I might ask, what is your end goal? Maybe you'd have a better time
> starting with something like Alpine or Sabotage.
> --
> Regards,
> Samuel Holland <>

End goal would be the learning of how to do this and building my own linux
distro without being forced into one thing or another (i'm never happy with
something)  mostly learning and self reliance though.  I'm hoping it leads
to something much bigger but that's not a goal or expectation.  Then again,
i just love tinkering with stuff and with toddlers getting into everything
i currently don't have the space or ability to do my electronics projects
which leaves me going nuts without something to work on.

I've been using linux to some degree or form since the 486 was hot stuff so
it also seems like about time i learn what makes it tick. man i remember
getting a cyrix processor to replace my pentium thinking the increase in
mhz would be better but boy was i wrong!  k, enough of that. moving on to
newer things :)

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