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14 Jul 2005
I am trying a ipaq 3600 build (distro=familiar-0.8.0, machine=h3600) but when it gets to the install part of mipv6-1.1-v2.4.26 it fails with the following error: "gzip /usr/bin/gzip.gz : permission denied".

I have tried to clean the package (bitbake mipv6..... -c clean) and rebuild, as well as doing a new mt pull/update, but I keep getting the same error.

Can anyone suggest any possible fixes? Has anyone else done a successful ipaq build recently and not run into any problems w/ the mipv6 build? thanks....
10 Jul 2005
i'm interested in creating an OE build environment for the motorola e680/i linux smart phone and could use some advice.

both the qt-2.3.10 and opie-1.2.0 packages can be built (from scratch, see http://marcus.bluetroll.se/e680/) and run (somewhat) successfully on the phone using linux-ipaq-g++ as the platform specification, and i have tested binaries from h3600 opie_rootfs images (e.g ssh) and they work, so I am hoping that an ipaq machine/distro based build should be a good start.

The problem is the kernel version: the kernel on the phone (2.4.20) cannot be replaced w/o loosing the phones functionality, but the ipaq images (in bz2 format) that i can find seem to be for more recent kernels and a lot doesn't work.

The phone's kernel source is available from sf and ideally I'd like to create a build environment that is based on ipaq settings but builds with the specified kernel sources. Any advice would be most appreciated!
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