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Problem building dev_etrax R2.0.0
I get the same problem in this thread. However, I didn't get the key in the
answers. Please give me some more detail about:
1. Which is "the README" file? There're many README files: in the download
folder, in glibc, in cris-dist-1.13 folder.
2. While running ./doconf I got the error message: "Linux kernel header
files... TOO OLD!", I tried
but nothing was changed. The version.h in that folder has a line #define
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> Sent: den 28 juni 2001 22:23
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> Subject: Re: Problem building dev_etrax R2.0.0
> My _guess_ is that you didn't download and un-tar'ed glibc and
> before running
> the install script? Check the README for details.
> The binary RPM might work for you so you don't have to go through another
> 3.5 h wait:-)
> ----- Original Message -----
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> Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2001 7:16 PM
> Subject: Problem building dev_etrax R2.0.0
> > I downloaded and installed cris-dist-1.13.tar.gz. It took a lot
> of time on
> my pIII 600, 256 Megs (3,5 hours! with renice at 10).
> > I answered yes to all questions, so it whiped out old directories, and
> biuld all from scratch.
> > But it went OK, and the tests too.
> > I put /usr/local/cris in may PATH, as suggested by the script
> > Then I downloaded and unpacked dev_board R2.0.0, and linux 2.4.5.
> > When I run ./install, the script sais that gcc-cris is too old,
> and I have
> tu use at least tools version 1.13 (!)
> > /usr/local/cris/gcc-cris -dumpversion reports 2.96, the same version
> reported when I run install-cris-tools
> > It seems related with the test with -print-file-name=ld.so.1
> > In fact I have in the cris 2.96 libs a file called ld .... but it is a
> script test. No trace of ld.so.1
> > I tried to remove the test.... and it builds tools and the kernel!
> > Where's the bug?
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