OpenMoko OE repository not quite ready for MokoMakefile production usage

Marcin Juszkiewicz openembedded at
Fri Nov 30 10:12:19 CET 2007

Dnia piątek, 30 listopada 2007, Bernhard Kaindl napisał:

> Anyway, the basic idea can be done with any distribution, it does
> not have to be rpm-based or even binary-package-based.
> The host just needs to support chroot and a Linux-386 personality
> to make everything in the chroot think it's running on a plain
> Linux-i386 machine and it needs to support the system calls
> which the build environment uses.
> Linux-x86_64 does this fine and because the fakeroot which openembededd
> uses does not work so good on a bi-arch platform like e.g.
> Gentoo-x86_64 or openSUSE-x86_64, chroot is the easyest way anyways.

So 64bit Gentoo and OpenSUSE are broken? I do not have problems with 
building OpenMoko (or other OpenEmbedded or Poky based distros) on my 
Debian/x86-64 system.

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