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Re: AW: ucdsnmp package for uCLinux?
On Friday den 11 January 2002 23.21, you wrote:
> I have the Etrax 100 LX. And I tried to compile the ucdsnmp
> with the option cris-axis-linux gnu. But it doesn't work.
OK, note that this is not uCLinux specific then... since uCLinux is for
systems that does not use MMU.
> Can I run the SNMP agent on the Etrax 100 LX, when I compile
> it with uclinux??
Probably not, you have most likely run into a bug in the compiler itself.
signal 11 is SIGSEGV
Hmm... three alternatives:
1) Test if standard gcc gets things right
2) Try to fix the warnings - warnings indicates that the compiles sees
something it does not like 100%
3) Try some other package with the same function (no idea if that exists)
> Andreas Auer
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Roger Larsson [mailto:email@example.com]
> Gesendet: Freitag, 11. Jänner 2002 23:05
> An: Andreas Auer; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Betreff: Re: ucdsnmp package for uCLinux?
> On Fridayen den 11 January 2002 22.45, Andreas Auer wrote:
> > I have tried to compile the ucdsnmp package for the axis system.
> > But I couldn't do this. I got the following error:
> > gcc-cris: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
> > make: *** [misc/ipfwacc.o] Error 1
> > Before this error, I got many warnings. Can anyone help me?
> > Andreas Auer
> One question has to be asked - are you shure that you want a uCLinux
> (If you have only LX or MCM you don't)
> make help
> ## cris-axis-linux-gnu - Prepares all subdirectories to be built for
> ## cris-linux
> ## 2.4.x. and glibc. Use this target once to
> ## all subdirs before the install targets are used.
> ## clinux - Prepares all subdirectories to be built for cris-linux 2.4.x
> and ## uC-libc. NOTE: This target is deprecated since it needs
> uC-libc, ## which is no longer used in this product. Use target
> ## cris-axis-linux-gnu instead!
> There is a problem with this - you should select one and only one
> of the two above (really three choices - host is an option too...)