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jh
post Sep 21 2005, 08:48 AM
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Hi,

I've got rc11 running on my C1000 and I'm trying to get some things recompiled that I had working on rc10. I've got the new SDK but it has a requirement for libiconv.so.2 which I don't have installed and wasn't in the previous SDK. So, a couple questions:

Is there a reason for the new dependency?

Can I use the previous SDK for rc11?

Thanks!

jason
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prohto
post Sep 21 2005, 08:57 AM
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Hi,

I got the same problem with the SDK when I tried to use it in a regular distribution ( debian unstable ). So I followed the instruction at the pdaxrom homepage and I used the live CD for x86. The problem with libiconv was solved, but there are some some library resolution problem relatet with path's that don't exist and you can't create it, there ar also some missing package ( I don't remeber exactly which one).
Maybe you could use the native sdk,it is slower, but I have allready compile some packages without any problem.


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Carlos F.
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jh
post Sep 21 2005, 09:05 AM
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Hmm, good idea... I'll give the native SDK a try.

Thanks!

jason
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post Sep 21 2005, 04:14 PM
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Hi again, I solved my problems using the cross SDK on my Debian unstable. I took the libiconv2 from the live cd ant put it on /opt/cross/arm/3.4.4-xscale-softvfp/lib
To make any cross compilation easier I created a special account ( podaxrom ), aded some enviroment variables and created a shell scrpt to do source configuration.
Attached is the libiconv, my enviroment variable and the shell.

good luck


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jh
post Sep 21 2005, 05:20 PM
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Nice, I'll give that a try. Thanks!

I was able to get native compilation going. I needed to add a few symbolic links because I was compiling python modules. Once I did that, though, it worked great and I was able to create ipks, too.

Oh yeah, I also had to install the full Python + python-distutils in order to get the setup.py stuff going.

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