Problem compiling openmoko with MokoMakefile
mcl at bitwise.org
Sun Mar 25 09:22:59 CEST 2007
Gary Oliver wrote:
> I've been trying to get the openmoko build (using the super Makefile)
> to go for the last few days without complete success.
> I believe I've followed the instructions with respect to the system
> requirements, and the build DOES get through about 12 hours of work
> (about 400meg has been downloaded and the build directory contains
> about 5 Gb before failing, so it seems to be quite well along.
> The failure comes at:
> NOTE: package gtk+-directfb-2.10.9-r0: task do_fetch: completed
> NOTE: package gtk+-directfb-2.10.9-r0: task do_unpack: started
> NOTE: Unpacking /home/go/Projects/openmoko/sources/gtk+-2.10.9.tar.bz2
> NOTE: package gtk+-directfb-2.10.9-r0: task do_unpack: completed
> NOTE: package gtk+-directfb-2.10.9-r0: task do_patch: started
> NOTE: Applying patch 'no-xwc.patch'
> ERROR: Error in executing:
> ERROR: Exception:exceptions.IOError Message:[Errno 2] No such file or
> Which appears to be a failure to apply a patchfile "no-xwc.patch" which
> doesn't seem to be part of the source tree at this point. The "files"
> directory contains only "migration.patch".
> Has anyone else seen this, and if so, what bit of detail in the instructions
> did I fail to notice that's causing this?
> FYI I have tried building from complete scratch a number of times
> (blowing away everything except the Makefile) in hopes that I'd
> simply polluted my local tree somehow. Didn't fix it.
> A quick google for this file netted me several different variations, so
> am not quite sure what "no-xwc" patches are required for OE/OpenMoko.
> Am running a fairly stock Debian "testing" system on an 32 bit AMD
> platform. No apparent shortage of disk space.
> Thanks for any help,
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> community at lists.openmoko.org
I had the same problem today. Rod W. let me know that there's now a fix
in place for it.
a make update brought in the changes and the subsequent build completed ok.
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