DS Linux toolchain: unable to compile custom configuration
lightningbolt31 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 4 03:15:39 CEST 2011
Ewan, I selected the DLDI build (because I want to have a writable
home dir) and have included libnet and ncurses. I also have included
the basic utilities: ls, ftp, ssh, wnc, etc... I have downloaded the
DSLinux precompiled from the homepage as reference, so I don't deviate
too much from standard configuration. I use Fedora 12 in my Acer
Aspire One D150 and have all relevant glibc packages installed. I'm
using this for learning to code in C and as a stepstone to developing
objective C apps for the iphone 3GS, but this frustrates me. I didn't
select warp and playtzx, just the basic options in order to have a
"standard" DSLinux build like the one available for download.
Compiling small c code in the "make xsh" shell works, so I'm able to
port small c applications that work in DSLinux. porting apps like
"netdiscover" is a different thing, though.
On 7/4/11, Ewan Meadows <ewan.meadows at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, so there's a few bits and bobs that no longer compile for one
> reason or another. I grabbed the current SVN and found that I had to
> disable warp, playtzx and update a few configuration entries.
> I'll dig my DS out sometime this week to test and submit a patch
> On 3 July 2011 15:30, Ewan Meadows <ewan.meadows at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've just tried downloading and building on Ubuntu 11.04, seems to be
>> working fine. Which options did you change do you think might have
>> broken it?
>> On 3 July 2011 07:51, Malcolm Parsons <malcolm.parsons at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On 2 July 2011 04:29, Mark Ngbapai <lightningbolt31 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> make -C extra/config conf
>>>> make: Entering directory
>>>> make: *** ../../.config: Is a directory. Stop.
>>> Someone in #dsdev said they had to use an older version of make to
>>> build DSLinux,
>>> but they didn't say why.
>>> I have no idea why .config is a directory.
>>> Malcolm Parsons
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