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17 Oct 2006
I just got a C3000. I installed Cacko C3K Beta1 on it and erased the user portion just as the instructions said. Everything works great but I'm trying to get a list of installed packages and I'm not able to. ipkg doesn't have a "list_installed" option and the GUI package manager doesn't list any installed packages. Also, I looked in /usr/lib/ipkg/info and /usr/lib/ipkg/lists and I couldn't find anything.
This is unrelated to the packages question but does anyone know how to mount /hdd3 as an ext3 filesystem? I used fdisk to delete the FAT partition in /dev/hda3 and then created a new Linux partition. Then I used mkfs.ext2 -j to format /dev/hda3 as an ext3 partition.
The root filesystem is read only so I used "mount -o remount,rw /" to make it read write and then changed /sbin/hddmount so it would mount /dev/hda3 to /hdd3 as an ext3 partition. But when I boot up, it complains that /dev/hda3 isn't a valid FAT partition. The boot sequence basically freezes so I have to hit ctrl-c to let the boot continue but obviously something isn't right here. It seems like it's still somehow executing the old /sbin/hddmount to mount a FAT partition, or maybe the command is somewhere else. /etc/rc.d/rc.rofilesys is basically empty so that's not the culprit.
Any ideas? For now, I made /dev/hda3 back into a VFAT partition so at least the Z will boot up correctly.
21 Jul 2006
I'm an OE newbie trying to get up to speed with bitbake. I installed bitbake, OE, and monotone according to the GettingStarted instructions in the OE wiki. I also installed the required software packages on to my Ubuntu Dapper Drake system such as python-dev, python-psyco, ccache, cvs, subversion, openjade, docbook, etc.
When I run "bitbake nano" from my /stuff/build directory, it downloads and compiles a fair number of packages: autoconf, automake, bison, flex, gettext, gnu-config, libtool, m4, and quilt.
But when it gets to binutils-cross, it complains and gives this error:
NOTE: package binutils-cross-2.17-r0: task do_compile: started
ERROR: function do_compile failed
ERROR: see log in /stuff/build/tmp/work/binutils-cross-2.17-r0/temp/log.do_compile.13773
NOTE: Task failed: /stuff/build/tmp/work/binutils-cross-2.17-r0/temp/log.do_compile.13773
This is what is contained at the end of log.do_compile.13773:
NOTE: make configure-build-libiberty all
make: Entering directory `/stuff/build/tmp/work/binutils-cross-2.17-r0/binutils-2.17/build.i686-linux.INVALID-INVALID'
Configuring in ./bfd
configure: loading site script /stuff/org.openembedded.dev/site/i686-linux
configure: loading cache ./config.cache
checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking target system type... Invalid configuration `INVALID-INVALID': machine
`INVALID' not recognized
configure: error: /bin/sh /stuff/build/tmp/work/binutils-cross-2.17-r0/binutils-2.17/bfd/../config.sub INVALID-INVALID failed
make: *** [configure-bfd] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/stuff/build/tmp/work/binutils-cross-2.17-r0/binutils-2.17/build.i686-linux.INVALID-INVALID'
make: *** [all] Error 2
I noticed this command in run.do_compile.13773:
is there a reason why it would produce a variable like this?
Here is my local.conf. I'm trying to compile for the 2.6 poodle kernel. I didn't install any toolchain because the instructions indicated that the toolchain would be created by bitbake.
# Select between multiple alternative providers, if more than one is eligible.
Any clue as to what I'm doing wrong?
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