Which instructions did you follow?
None since I first need a clang that *can* compile a kernel. The last one I built cannot due to a lack of assembly compatibilty. I tried rebuilding using 8.0.1 source, which is the latest release, but so far cannot get beyond the initial bootstrapping/configuration using cmake. Also it might be an issue with lib64. My durrent enviroments all lack a lib64 but I have gotten away with providing a temporary symlink to it for things that seem to think it is needed (eg rustc). Offhand I don't think this is the problem but haven't researched it since running into this latest glitch. If there is something you
think might help solve this issue I am all ears.
Het leven is goed,
... Huil niet om mij, ik heb vi.
--- GNU bash, version 5.0.11(1)-release (x86_64-silvermont-linux-gnu)
* Origin: Little Mikey's EuroPoint - Ladysmith BC, Canada (2:280/464.113)