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> C++ Compiler For Pdaxii3, i give up...
Dromede
post May 9 2007, 03:48 AM
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i finally got my Z C1000 (biggrin.gif) last week and i'm currently adding stuff i need. i'm running meanie's pdaxii3 which is quite enjoyable. a bit sluggish but its ok. the only thing i cannot find is a c++ compiler. so if anyone can point me to an .ipkg or a cramfs or anything i would be most grateful. i tried finding it myself but... it's kind of hard for a new user to cope with all the information available... unsure.gif
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post May 9 2007, 04:01 AM
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QUOTE(Dromede @ May 9 2007, 06:48 AM)
i finally got my Z C1000 (biggrin.gif) last week and i'm currently adding stuff i need. i'm running meanie's pdaxii3 which is quite enjoyable. a bit sluggish but its ok. the only thing i cannot find is a c++ compiler. so if anyone can point me to an .ipkg or a cramfs or anything i would be most grateful. i tried finding it myself but... it's kind of hard for a new user to cope with all the information available... unsure.gif
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Poke around tyrannozaurus.com...there's mention there about a zgcc image for pdaXii13. (You just mount it and it has all you need to compile)
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post May 9 2007, 08:04 AM
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QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ May 9 2007, 06:01 AM)
Poke around tyrannozaurus.com...there's mention there about a zgcc image for pdaXii13. (You just mount it and it has all you need to compile)
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You bet: http://www.tyrannozaurus.com/feed/pdaXii13/build/
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post May 11 2007, 07:13 AM
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thanks guys, the squashfs did the trick... now, is there any way of putting that file on a sd card and then symlink it to internal nand? would that work?
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post May 11 2007, 08:26 AM
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QUOTE(Dromede @ May 11 2007, 03:13 PM)
thanks guys, the squashfs did the trick... now, is there any way of putting that file on a sd card and then symlink it to internal nand? would that work?
No problem, you can keep the image anywhere and just symlink it to where it should be. Symlinks are one of the best things since sliced bread.
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post May 11 2007, 08:33 AM
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QUOTE(desertrat @ May 12 2007, 02:26 AM)
QUOTE(Dromede @ May 11 2007, 03:13 PM)
thanks guys, the squashfs did the trick... now, is there any way of putting that file on a sd card and then symlink it to internal nand? would that work?
No problem, you can keep the image anywhere and just symlink it to where it should be. Symlinks are one of the best things since sliced bread.
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how about not symlinking at all? that sd card might be vfat and not ext2...besides, its a squashfs and needs to be mounted and can be mounted from anywhere...
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post May 11 2007, 11:55 PM
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QUOTE(Meanie @ May 11 2007, 04:33 PM)
how about not symlinking at all? that sd card might be vfat and not ext2...
It doesn't matter what filesystem the real file is on, but the symlink itself can only be created on a "native" filesystem (ext2/ext3/reiserfs/etc).

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besides, its a squashfs and needs to be mounted and can be mounted from anywhere...

Strangely, I have my image on CF, I have a symlink to it in /home/root/, then I mount it using the symlink as image. I'm pretty sure there is a reason why I did this but right now I can't remember what that is.
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post May 12 2007, 12:05 AM
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QUOTE(desertrat @ May 12 2007, 08:55 AM)
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besides, its a squashfs and needs to be mounted and can be mounted from anywhere...

Strangely, I have my image on CF, I have a symlink to it in /home/root/, then I mount it using the symlink as image. I'm pretty sure there is a reason why I did this but right now I can't remember what that is.
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Because it automounts on boot when it's placed in (or symlinked to) /home/root/

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post May 12 2007, 04:05 AM
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QUOTE(Chero @ May 12 2007, 08:05 AM)
Because it automounts on boot when it's placed in (or symlinked to) /home/root/
Ah, that's probably it. Long ago I had removed the "automount on boot" bit, and only mount the zgcc image as and when I need it - having it mounted when I eject the CF is not very healthy smile.gif
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post May 14 2007, 02:10 AM
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thanks for all the info guys. and symlinks indeed do kick ass.

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