[E3-hacking] Re: OpenEmbedded woes
dg at cowlark.com
Mon Sep 25 22:15:24 BST 2006
Brendan Berney wrote:
> I had this too. You need to add the following to the
> distro/amsdelta-oe.conf file (or whatever you’re using for that):
Ta; I'm giving it a try. Unfortunately, I tried moving my oe directory, and it
didn't like it much, so I'm now having to rebuild everything. Ho hum.
I'll also look into setting up a complete ipkg feed; I may have enough disk
space on my server.
> Does anyone have an unbroken Opie snapshot that actually
> compiles completely? Or have I done something stupid with my distro?
> Maybe GPE is better?
I did manage to get GPE running a few months back, but I did it by taking a
Familiar image and mutilating it.
BTW, is there any technical reason why we couldn't just piggyback on the
Familiar ipkg feed rather than having to build our own? I'm not enough aware
of the subtleties involved with the differences of all the various types of
ARM ipkg to know where the pitfalls might be, but it does seem odd that simple
user-space soft-float binaries would be incompatible...
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