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preferably run but compile optional...

i tried installing 7.30 ipkg but requires libqte...

perhaps some member with better understanding of libraries and compatability dependencies can help ...


Zaurus - pdaXrom / Mkfs For Pdaxrom ? Can It Be Built
« on: July 06, 2007, 08:07:17 am »
the source util-linux provides mkfs ... can i compile this for pdaxrom and use it or will it stuff things up  ??

Zaurus - pdaXrom / Undefined Symbol: __divsi3
« on: July 06, 2007, 04:20:10 am »
/usr/lib/ undefined symbol: __divsi3
Can not Load Key Generators

i guess it trying to load/use theis module which is part of package i compile with new testing gcc-2.95.3 fpa native toolchain

i get the feeling from looking around it could be result of a few things...

if my path is set to default vfp toolchain i get:
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# ldd /usr/lib/ => /lib/ (0x40011000)
        /lib/ => /lib/ (0x2aaaa000)

if my path is set to the new toolchain i get:

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# ldd /usr/lib/ => /lib/ (0x40011000)
        /opt/native/arm/2.95.3-armv4l-hardfpa//lib/ => /opt/native/arm/2.95.3-armv4l-hardfpa//lib/ (0x2aaaa000)

and if i add my new toolchain's /lib to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH i get :

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# ldd /usr/lib/ => /opt/native/arm/2.95.3-armv4l-hardfpa/lib/ (0x40012000)
        /opt/native/arm/2.95.3-armv4l-hardfpa//lib/ => /opt/native/arm/2.95.3-armv4l-hardfpa//lib/ (0x2aaaa000)

maybe it has some thing to so with the source code for the module ??

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# *******************************************************************
# *     Copyright (c) 1994-2005 Jetico, Inc., Finland
# *     All rights reserved.
# *
# *     File:           Makefile
# *
# *     Description:    kgsha makefile
# *
# *     Scope:          SHA-1 key generator
# *
# *     Platforms:      Linux
# *
# *     Author:         Vitaliy Zolotarev
# *
# *     Revision:    $Id: Makefile,v 1.11 2007/02/08 06:48:34 nail Rel-1.6-13 $
# *
# *******************************************************************/                                                        #

LD = ld -d -shared

#CPPFLAGS = -fPIC -Wall -Werror -fno-strength-reduce -I../include -g
CPPFLAGS = -fPIC -Wall -fno-strength-reduce -I../include -O2

HEADERS = kg_defs.h kgsha.h kblock.h sha1.h random.h

OBJ = alg.o kblock.o kg_misc.o kgsha.o pwldlg.o sha1.o random.o

all: $(TARGET)

%.o: %.cpp
    $(CPP) $(CPPFLAGS) -c -o $@ $<

$(TARGET):    $(OBJ)
  $(LD) $(OBJ) -soname $(TARGET) -o $(TARGET) -lc
  cp -f $(TARGET) ../lib
#  cp -f $(HEADERS) ../include
    rm -f *.o *.ver *~ $(TARGET)

for example i found this on a site out there:

AsIDE will now automatically create an Intel-HEX format file after every build.
I'm getting getting a linker error undefined reference to `__divsi3' when I build my application. Why?
You need to link in the library libgcc.a. Within AsIDE:
1. Select Project|Project Properties|Tools
2. Select Link in the Tool name list
3. Click the Options... button
4. Add the following line to Libraries/Objects:

-L %(GCC_EXEC_PREFIX)\arm-elf\3.3.1 -lc -lgcc

Where -lgcc is shorthand for libgcc.a. AsIDE will now automatically link in libgcc.a after every build.

maybe something similiar could help... ?

Security and Networking / Linux Usb Networking Setup
« on: July 04, 2007, 10:38:04 pm »

ive had usb networking setup in other os's such as dsl and ebain but im using puppy right now, and am hoping to have some luck in that...

currently when i plug it in i get this in /var/log/messages

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Jul  5 12:04:07 (none) kernel: ohci_hcd 0000:00:0a.0: wakeup                                            
Jul  5 12:04:07 (none) kernel: usb 1-2: new full speed USB device using ohci_hcd and address 12        
Jul  5 12:04:07 (none) kernel: usb 1-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice  

and that is it, no usb0 interface . so is this kernel related, perhaps module or something else...


5x00 Hardware / Power Pack Squeels When No Z Hooked In
« on: July 03, 2007, 10:59:48 pm »
(even a little when fully charged)

anybody had/head this issue ?? maybe i need new power pack ??

any reason to stay away from $12au generic pack advertised to suit zaurus off ebay ?/

Input: 110-240 AC (can be used in other countries with the right adaptor connected)

Output: DC 5V 1Amp

Zaurus - pdaXrom / [resolved] 2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix Kernel Source
« on: July 02, 2007, 12:54:32 am »
hi all i've recently ben working with the following kernel source file, linux-sl5500-20020910.tar.bz2

which turns out to be:  kernel version 2.4.6-rmk1-np2-embedix
which didnt realise till now was different to pdaxrom collie kernel version:



whats the best way to get this ??


was considering working up from bare sources but found this and am giving it a try apon dl...

[well i totally fizzzed the poll, so skip it]

i still use and think 28.8k on my 56k is magic at times and an amazing thing to have...

"one" could say that "the" government makes the money anyway so why not be into the best system available... what that is though seems the debate...  

personall the less "radio" transmissions being pulsed through this country and my bed the better...

how do you see it  ?


perhaps though, the definition between business and enthusiatic accomplishment is deminishing to a low hum

Zaurus - pdaXrom / Native Fpa Toolchain - Gcc-2.95.3-glibc-2.2.5
« on: June 05, 2007, 08:02:28 pm »
hi all,

-ive been trying to build gcc 2.95.3 with g++ natively on my collie/beta1 for an app which requires the same binary versions to compile its modules as was used to compile/make the kernel ...

-i compiled the kernel using xsdk which has arm-linux-gcc 2.95.3, such the desire for matching native bin's

- then natively with the 3.4.5 gcc i can compile gcc by itself, but as soon as i unpack the g++ code and try to compile them both, i run into errors relating to the "libiberty" section near the end where it appears to test compile itself and runs into floating point errors the likes of:

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crtbegin.o uses hard floating point, whereas conftest uses soft floating point
-i also then tried installing the sucessfully built 2.95.3 gcc (only) to use to buld gcc again but with g++ code , but same errors...

ive also got sources for binutils, newlib and glibc and have compiled them before and am happy doing them again


General Discussion / [resolved] Gcc 2.95.3 's No G++
« on: June 03, 2007, 01:32:35 pm »
almost perfectly as weems to happen with linux, i post my problem, late at night, go to bed and lay down. while going to sleep more possibilities are revealed to me by the big penguin in the sky....

"maybe g++ is different to cpp ... ? and maybe there is seperate source tarball release for g++ ...? "

well what do you know... there, right besides the gcc-core tar.gz is a gcc-g++ tar.gz, ... oh the joy


ok, see ive got my kernel compiled with 2.95.3 arm-linux-gcc and installed it to my z,

the app (bestcrypt) that im trying to compile requires same version binary as what built the kernel,

so i did up gcc 2.95.3 (in /usr/local) to be default over standard 3.4.5 (in /opt) (pdaxrom beta1)

but ... 2.95.3 comes with cpp and no g++

my makefile has CPP=g++

and if i just run it it uses the g++ from 3.4.5 and the gcc from 2.85.3, ending up with error containing:

... uses FPA instructions, whereas bctool does not ...
... uses hardware FP, whereas bctool uses software FP ...
...  failed to merge  ...   target specific data of file bctool.o ...

and dies.

so i thought i try symlinking /usr/local/cpp > /usr/local/g++ instead of changing all the makefile's to CPP=cpp, but it turns out cpp cat handle the option -c which is passed to it by the makefiles:

cpp: "-c" is not a valid option to the preprocessor

even though -c is mentioned in --help :  "-c     Compile and assemble, but do not link"
but i dont think that means much :

so i figure my options now are to either make up a arm-linux-gcc 3.4.5 or prefereably something else someone may suggest hopefully    

the funny thing is on the the bestcrypt website (jetico) it recommend gcc 2.91 ? would that have g++ being earlier ?? and even if so, id still need an older arm-linux-gcc ...

perhaps someone can point out a newer arm-linux-gcc allready built that would run on collie...


General Discussion / Pango-querymodules Postinst
« on: June 02, 2007, 08:32:48 am »
well ive been working on a pango and gtk2  ipk for a few days and came across something worth mentioning, thoughi feel a "solution" is not necessary...

during compilation and build (native) of pango and gtk2 it mentions a warning during both of the same nature... for now ill jsut use pango as the example:  

that it could not generate pango.modules and that it should be created later with pango-querymodules, no problem. so i run pango-querymodules > /usr/local/etc/pango/pango.modules and the garbled app font becomes readable

apon inspection of an example pango ipk (from the beta1 pdaxrom feed), i noticed this was done via postinst...

so initially i set out to have the above command issued by 'postint' script of ipkg install, but i ran into problems that when postinst is run the symlinks havent been created yet, so i doesnt find any modules and you end up with an empty pango.modules file...

i spent a bit of time mucking around with it as i thought it might be important to have it generated "dynamically" as such after an ipkg install to detect a setup/system specific module installation configuration, but alas not luck...

so i just grabbed the pango.modules file i generated after ipkg finished everything, and packaged it back into the ipk, whilst removing the postinst script... now it all works ok...

i imagine there could possibly be an issue with it not having mention of a particular module you may have installed ??? but this could be fixed by that person by re-running the query.

during my look around i noticed there are some extras you can pass to pango-querymodules, ala:

The Pango module path is specified by the key Pango/ModulesPath in the Pango config database, which is read from sysconfdir/pango/pangorc, ~/.pangorc and the file specified in the environment variable PANGO_RC_FILE.

but i idnt really figure this could be of much use...  

ive gotten as far as configuring and issuing 'make dep' with a cross sdk, now i cant figure out how to integrate in onto my z so that the 'make' i issue natively as part of building some modules access's it ??

Zaurus - pdaXrom / [resolved]which Version Of Qt For Pppsettings ?
« on: May 30, 2007, 05:42:07 am »
i downloaded the latest and set it up, but it seems like (according to error messages) these progs were made for earlier qt ... can someone tell me which version i need ??


Zaurus - pdaXrom / [resolved]kernel Source's For 5500 Collie
« on: May 30, 2007, 01:25:09 am »
hi, im looking for a way to compile this bestcrypt package, it requires  kernel source during build of crypto modules...

any help, thankyou,


Zaurus - pdaXrom / Configure Network On Boot-up In Beta1
« on: May 28, 2007, 06:41:35 am »
im looking for somewhere to either exec a script from or put in the ifconfig line to assign an ip to my network card on boot before i login but after the sd and cf card slots are initialised... ?

thanks again,


Zaurus - pdaXrom / Perl And Perl.h ?
« on: May 25, 2007, 11:18:53 pm »
im trying to compile imagemagick and it fails requiring perl.h , now it doesnt seem to come with the perl 5.8.5 ipk in the beta1 feed, why would this be ??

so ive been trying to compile a fresh downlaod source of perl natively without much luck, failing about 50% of the make test step...

is there any easier way? do you think this is the only file missing ? can i copy it from my host computers perl ?

maybe my next step would be to try to cross compile perl...

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