AW: Setting up a Build System for ARMEL packages
I would prefer the CPU power of a desktop system to build, thus just go with the --target option and cross compile. On the other hand, when you need to link new kernel modules, it is far more comfortable on a running system I would say.
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Von: Jeff Hoogland
Gesendet: Dienstag, 14. Juni 2011 05:48
Betreff: Setting up a Build System for ARMEL packages
I was wondering what is the best way to set up for building ARMEL packages? I've got an N900 and I've got an Android tablet in the mail - it is simplest to just build on those systems themselves or will it be better in the long run to get some sort of build system going on my plain old laptop?
I've spent the last couple days trying to get a QEMU working but kept running into various road blocks. I finally got a chroot ARM environment setup with QEMU, however when I try to run dpkg-depcheck -d I get and strace failure and a QEMU failure message.
Thanks in advance for any pointers/advice.
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