Jim Wilson <wilson at gcc dot> changed:

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--- Comment #9 from Jim Wilson <wilson at gcc dot> ---
Building and using glibc is complicated.  It is best to refer to a FAQ if you
haven't done this before.  You can find some info on the glibc wiki about this
You probably want item 5.

It is a little simpler if you build a gcc that is set up to use your glibc
build, which requires building a complete toolchain from scratch.  If you want
to learn how to do this, it is best to look at someone else's scripts showing
how to do it.  Every linux distro has scripts for this.  I like to use
crosstools-ng.  You can find some info on how to build a toolchain here:
and look at the scripts if you want the details of how this works.

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