[sisela] installing c++ application in sisela
Mon, 1 Mar 2004 09:52:52 +0000
On Fri, Feb 20, 2004 at 05:33:17AM -0800, sunil Arora wrote:
> I am quite new to sisela but quite impressed by it.
> I have to install a custom kernel in sisela and then
> want to install a user level application which is
> built in c++.
> I am over with installation of the kernel. that was
> quite simple but now the application need stdc++
> library support and can not be compiled by the
> uclibc0.9.20 tool chain (there is no g++ wrapper)
> which is in present sisela.
> I found out that i will need to compile that
> application with tool-chain supplied by uclibc ppl.
> i have installed buildroot development platform and
> can compile new application.
> Now i need to INSTALL THE SHARED LIBRARIES THIS
> APPLICATION NEEDS IN THE REQUIRED STRIPPED MINIMUM
> FORMAT as other libraries in sisela.
Sorry I did't reply to this sooner.
- Put the compiled binary in build/install/bin (or sbin, or usr/bin).
- Put the libraries in build/install/lib.
- If you have archive (libwhatever.a) files associated with the
libraries, add "-L <path>" entries to the directories they can be
found in to this line of the Makefile (184, I think):
./mklibs.sh -v -D -L $(LOCAL_UCLIBC_LIB) -L $(WIRELESS) -L $(IPTABLES) \
-d $(BUILD_LIB) $(BINARIES)
make -o package-installs -o uclibc-dev -o kernel
and let me know how it goes.