Cross-compiling Problems

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When cross-building a system, I cross-build packages into
a staging area, which gets put into a nifty initrd.

I have always copied the target glibc libs from the cross-gcc
tool chain's target files area into the staging area, before
cross-building any packages. I don't know why, but that's
what I do.  :)

But alsa-libs and alsa-utils have an error when cross building:
     cannot find /usr/lib/libc_nonshared.a

If I *do not* copy the target glibc libs from the cross-gcc
tool chain's target files area into the staging area, then
the alsa packages seem to properly cross-build.

Is this the sort thing that comes from putting the target
glibc libs into the staging area?

I have a feeling that the alsa packages' DESTDIR=<staging area>
is not properly used in their "make install".

Thanks for any clues someone can give me about understanding
this problem.

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