Public build host (proposal)
julian_chu at openmoko.com
Thu Jul 24 14:08:28 CEST 2008
On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 07:27:37AM +0200, Christ van Willegen wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 2:16 AM, Marek Lindner <marek at openmoko.com> wrote:
> I tried to tell you a few times, but I'll rephrase.
> I have an iMac G5, rev C (with iSight built-in). That is a PowerPC64
> - There is no native Mokomakefile support for this machine
> - I tried running VirtualPC to emulate an i386 processor so that I
> could install Ubuntu. This works, but is _terribly_ slow. Also,
> getting Ubuntu 8 on it is something I didn't try. But, building
> Mokomakefile took days to get to step 1500.
> - I eventually found out how to install Debian etch on my PC
> (natively), but running Mokomakefile's 'make build-devel-image' gave
> me an error 'don't know what to do with powerpc64 architecture'.
> - The toolchain explicitly states that it needs i386. I could build
> from source, but openmokoui-2.0-dev is also only available for i386.
> Well, that's about it :-) A simple Ubuntu- or Debian-machine 'out
> there' on the Internet with up-to-date bild env and the poosibility to
> scp files over would be ideal now :-)
> I hope this sums up the problems well enough.
> Christ van Willegen
Sorry I didn't see this mail before I reply the previous mail.
Right now we only build images and toolchain on x86.
Maybe you can discuss this issue on the mailing list of OpenEmbedded.
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