[App_rpt-users] Packages in Limey Linux D201GLY2
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Sat Jul 4 15:23:30 EDT 2009
Dale J. Robertson wrote:
> No Joy,
> ./configure bails out with;
> checking how to run the C preprocessor... /lib/cpp
> configure: error: C preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check
> See `config.log' for more details.
> seems like it is looking for /lib/cpp and it just isn't there.
> to add insult to injury, it seems like Ubuntu 9.04 won't build Limey
> Linux either.
> I decided to try a build without changes just to see. the build script
> can not find or run 'makeinfo'
> Dale NV8U
> Stephen Rodgers wrote:
>> Dale J. Robertson wrote:
>>> I would like to use socat on my LL box as a remote virtual com port
>>> for a windows application controlling my Kenwood TS2K (in addition to
>>> iax-rpt). The pre-built CF image does not appear to include the socat
>>> Do I just edit the socat line in the d201gly2-buildroot.config file
>>> (despite the do not edit warning)
>>> to include it in a new image build?
>>> Also, the readme file makes reference to a PACKAGES file that
>>> includes all the packages in a build. I have been unable to locate
>>> this file.
>>> Dale NV8U
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>> May I suggest an alternate plan of attack?
>> Limey linux has a C compiler built in. As long as ./configure passes for
>> socat, then you can compile it on the target machine, and install it in
>> /usr/local/sbin or /usr/local/bin. Do a svcfg to save the contents of
>> /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/sbin so it comes back across power cycles.
>> This will not work if your package requires things like perl, c++, tcl,
>> or python. There is only bare-bones development abilities available
>> (just enough to install Asterisk and Zaptel).
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CPP has nothing to do with C++ and everything to do with the C
preprocessor. Did you take a look at the config.log as it asked? You
might be able to tweak the configure script to avoid this error.
BTW: I'm using ubuntu 8.10 to do all the development work, but Ubuntu
9.04 is probably OK as well (never tested it though). Makeinfo is a
package you need to install. Type it at the CLI and ubuntu might tell
you how to install it. There will be other packages you will probably
find out you need as well.
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