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Re: [nslu2-linux] Openslug build failure - 'gcc34-reverse-compare.patch' failure(solved)

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  • bill suit
    (nothing like conversing with yourself : ) ) I deleted the contents of my upslug dir and started over. I ve now compiled on past the original problem. Must
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 9 12:28 PM
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      (nothing like conversing with yourself :>) )
      I deleted the contents of my "upslug" dir and started
      over. I've now compiled on past the original problem.
      Must have been some type of corruption. Moving forward
      again. Bill

      --- bill suit <bsuit@...> wrote:

      > I spoke too soon :>(
      > The troubleshooting message was about glibc, not
      > gcc.
      > I've since deleted and re-downloaded gcc and tried
      > make image again, with the same results as before.
      >
      > It seems that "gcc-cross-initial is trying to patch
      > things that don't need patching? That's just a WAG
      > on
      > my part.
      >
      > Help still needed. Bill
      > --- bill suit <bsuit@...> wrote:
      >
      > > Please disregard my last post. I just noticed
      > > (troubleshooting) the gcc tar.gz problem. Bill
      > >
      > > --- bill suit <bsuit@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > > Trying to compile Openslug on an amd64 (gentoo)
      > > box.
      > > > Have monotone installed. I don't think psyco
      > will
      > > > build on amd64. Did a search and found just a
      > few
      > > > mentions of the 'gcc34-reverse-compare.patch'.
      > > > Nothing
      > > > that solved it.
      > > >
      > > >Started with:
      > ...$make image
      >
      > (I copied the following back in from my original
      > post)
      > It ran for awhile and then got stuck.
      > NOTE: build 200604090922: started
      >
      > OE Build Configuration:
      > BB_VERSION = "1.3.2.1"
      > OE_REVISION = "<unknown>"
      > TARGET_ARCH = "armeb"
      > TARGET_OS = "linux"
      > MACHINE = "nslu2"
      > DISTRO = "openslug"
      > TARGET_FPU = "soft"
      >
      > NOTE: package gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4: started
      > NOTE: package gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4-r3: task
      > do_fetch: started
      > NOTE: package gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4-r3: task
      > do_fetch: completed
      > NOTE: package gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4-r3: task
      > do_patch: started
      > NOTE: Applying patch 'gcc34-reverse-compare.patch'
      > ERROR: function do_patchcmd failed
      > ERROR: see log in
      >
      /home/bill/openslug/tmp/work/gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4-r3/temp/log.do_patchcmd.9889
      > NOTE: Task failed:
      >
      /home/bill/openslug/tmp/work/gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4-r3/temp/log.do_patchcmd.9889
      > NOTE: package gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4-r3: task
      > do_patch: failed
      >
      > ...$cd
      >
      /home/bill/openslug/tmp/work/gcc-cross-initial-3.4.4-r3/temp
      >
      > ...$ls
      > log.do_patchcleancmd.26745 log.do_patchcmd.28405
      >
      > run.do_patchcmd.26745
      > log.do_patchcleancmd.28330 log.do_patchcmd.9889
      >
      > run.do_patchcmd.28330
      > log.do_patchcleancmd.28405
      > run.do_patchcleancmd.26745
      > run.do_patchcmd.28405
      > log.do_patchcleancmd.9889
      > run.do_patchcleancmd.28330
      > run.do_patchcmd.9889
      > log.do_patchcmd.26745
      > run.do_patchcleancmd.28405
      > log.do_patchcmd.28330
      > run.do_patchcleancmd.9889
      >
      > ...$less log.do_patchcmd.9889
      > Replacing patch gcc34-reverse-compare.patch with new
      > version
      > Applying patch gcc34-reverse-compare.patch
      > can't find file to patch at input line 3
      > Perhaps you used the wrong -p or --strip option?
      > The text leading up to this was:
      > --------------------------
      > |--- gcc-3.4.0/gcc/flow.c.reverse-compare
      > 2004-02-27 22:39:19.000000000 -0500
      > |+++ gcc-3.4.0/gcc/flow.c 2004-04-24
      > 16:36:00.000000000 -0400
      > --------------------------
      > No file to patch. Skipping patch.
      > 3 out of 3 hunks ignored
      > Patch gcc34-reverse-compare.patch does not apply
      > (enforce with -f)
      >
      > Anyone got a work around for this?
      >
      > TIA,
      > Bill
      > >
      >
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