"X--tag=CC: command not found"

Joseph Reeves iknowjoseph at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 15:32:11 CET 2008

Thanks for your reply Radek,

I edited my libtool script as you suggested but had no joy. I'll keep
looking into it.

I've seen elsewhere that you're compiling gdal so that you can run
GRASS on Openmoko - this sounds very interesting to me! I've
previously looked into gdal on Openmoko as I was trying to meet the
requisites for running QGIS on the phone. We're already getting close
to a release version of gvSIG Mobile for Openmoko:


Mobile GIS is something I'm very interested in - would be great to hear more!



2008/11/26 Radek Bartoň <blackhex at post.cz>:
>> >> Dear all,
>> >>
>> >> I'm trying to use the tool chain (following the instructions as they
>> >> appear on the wiki at the moment) to cross-compile an ODBC tool for
>> >> Openmoko. I've tried unixODBC [1] and iODBC [2], both of which
>> >> configure fine, but fail on making with:
>> >>
>> >> X--tag=CC: command not found
>> >
> I had this error when I was compiling gdal package using bitbake recipe from
> OpenEmbeded. I'm workarounding it so that I edit libtool script in gdal
> source package where I replace ECHO="echo" with echo="echo" or vice versa
> everytime I try to compile this package. I don't know what really causes it
> but it looks like libtool issue connected to certain version. (2.2.6a on
> Gentoo in my case).
> --
> Ing. Radek Bartoň
> Faculty of Information Technology
> Department of Computer Graphics and Multimedia
> Brno University of Technology
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