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freddleggs
post Dec 11 2003, 10:53 AM
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Having trouble getting the crosscompiling set up properly. Have the how to. Running RH9. It seems as though the configuration scripts dev-x86-qpe.sh and dev-arm-qpe.sh are not working as expected. After running either of these, when I do an 'export' to list the environment variables, it is as though these scripts have never been run. If I type the contents of the scripts one line at a time it then works.

There may be some other problems but I am trying to resolve this first.

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JeffElkins
post Dec 11 2003, 11:07 AM
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Running the scripts doesn't work for me either (Debian Sid.)

Try using the command 'source.' or '.'

i.e.

source dev-arm-qpe.sh

or

. dev-arm-qpe.sh

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post Dec 12 2003, 01:10 AM
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Using 'source' did work. Using '.' did not.

I also installed an updated bash rpm from redhat with no change.

Thanks for the help
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lardman
post Dec 12 2003, 04:08 AM
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Using '.' did not


make sure there's a space between the . and the file you want to source. In any case I don't think this method of sourcing is supported by all shells.


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post Dec 12 2003, 06:09 AM
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Using 'source' did work.  Using '.' did not.

I also installed an updated bash rpm from redhat with no change.

Thanks for the help


Glad it worked out...
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