Re: How can I build programs(such as busybox) in GNU/kFreeBSD?
Thanks for your help!
I got the busybox_upstream.diff, but don't know what version of busybox it is for. Then I find the gnu-kfreebsd.diff.txt and kfreebsd-gnu.diff.txt from http://busybox.net/bugs/view.php?id=395, luckly kfreebsd-gnu.diff works for busybox 1.0.0
Since the other two (gnu-kfreebsd.diff.txt and busybox_upstream.diff) are different, what versions are they used for? And are there patches for newer versions?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Petr Salinger" <Petr.Salinger@t-systems.cz>
To: "panxj" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, May 19, 2006 3:02 PM
Subject: Re: How can I build programs(such as busybox) in GNU/kFreeBSD?
>> I installed the system and apt-get gcc and make.
>> Now I tried to do some development work on GNU/kFreeBSD, but can't find
>> the headerf files. I tried to use the standard glibc, but fails. Where
>> can I find them? And is there any thing I should take care of?
> apt-get install libc0.1-dev kfreebsd-kernel-headers build-essential
> You should look at http://glibc-bsd.alioth.debian.org/patches/,
> there is busybox_upstream.diff which contains "delinuxification" of
> Some packages have patch on alioth, some only in BTS, listed at