MokoMakefile - type "make openmoko-devel-image" and you're done.
hardisun at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 20:33:41 CET 2007
One more followup on MokoMakefile:
If wget process is interrupted while retrieving the 'OE.mtn.bz2' file, when
you restart wget will not overwrite the old partial mtn file - instead it
creates a new one named 'OE.mtn.bz2.1'. The problem being that the bunzip
command will attempt to uncompress the old partial file.
It might make sense to use 'wget --no-clobber' (badly named, but essentially
suppresses creation of new versions) with all wget calls.
On 2/16/07, Osborne Hardison <hardisun at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just wanted to drop a line of thanks for your MokoMakefile. It's a
> great idea, elegantly constructed, and really simplifies the build process.
> The only problem I have observed so far involved retrieving bitbake from
> the site in Germany:
> [ -e bitbake ] || \
> ( svn co svn://svn.berlios.de/bitbake/branches/bitbake-1.6 bitbake
> svn: Can't connect to host 'svn.berlios.de'
> make: *** [bitbake/bin/bitbake] Error 1
> I was able to ping svn.berlios.de, so maybe their svn is down? I did
> already had bitbake v1.7.2 locally, so I just created a soft link to move
> things along. Does svn allow for more feedback on it's connection process
> through a command line switch?
> On Fri, 2007-02-16 at 13:25 +1030, Rod Whitby wrote:
> I have created "MokoMakefile" - a fully automated way of setting up an
> OpenMoko development environment.
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