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> Compile Woes, Continued!, Now hello.cpp spews lots of errors!
post Jul 7 2006, 05:08 AM
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Since last asked this questionhttps://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=20052, I've been able to successfully install those packages I've listed, as well as make and a few others. Unfortunately, when I try to compile hello.cpp I get a whole slew (pages and pages) of errors; and when I try to run any configure script, it still can't find the compiler.

What am I still missing?

Also, I'm curious: would this process be easier using BitBake? I don't have access to BitBake right now, so I'm stuck with compiling directly on the Zaurus. but it would be useful to know.

Finally, I apologize for starting this new thread: the old one went off-topic and died! (I appreciated the new topic though, since it answered another question I had.)
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