How to manage multiple distributions, cross compilers in one chroot environment
On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 4:01 PM, Peter Stuge <email@example.com> wrote:
Kfir Lavi wrote:
> What I want is a way to keep few compilers environments.
> lets say:
> stable x86 compiler
> unstable x86 compiler
> few arm cross compilers.
> So when I create a distribution and an few month time I want the
> same exactly environment, to compile and upgrade few packages and
> be sure not to break anything, I want to keep those version of the
> Can we boost up crossdev,
No boosting neccessary. Just use crossdev with some explicit version
numbers for all components, and you get excellent repeatability.
Ok, lets say I create a special crossdev. I still get it in /usr/i686-pc-linux-gnu,
which is very generic.
Can't I have few compilers at a time?
As for distro creater, I use catalyst to build a stage4 and stage5.
Not sure how well that works for cross platform however, I only use
on amd64 to build for various x86, and this may be a special case.
I'll take a look on catalyst.
Can you refer me to a good introduction/manual ?
The gentoo page is not enough for me.