On 10/21/06, Bill Knighton <bknighton@...> wrote:
> ken staton wrote:
> > The process of converging on answers goes a little faster with more information:
> > which buildroot version did you build?
> > which py-serial version did you build?
> > I assume you did:
> > cd pyserial-2.2
> > python setup.py install
> > Did you change anything else with make menuconfig (when you were
> > turning python on)?
> > I've just built: buildroot rev 1090 with pyserial-2.2
> > import serial works fine.
> > You can check which of the modules by importing them separately:
> >> File "serial/serialposix.py", line 13, in ?
> >> import sys, os, fcntl, termios, struct, select, errno
> >> ImportError: File not found
> > import sys
> > import os
> > etc
> > I'll bet on termios...
> > Regards,
> > Ken
> > --
> I was using the latest version. I think it was 1137. I did have a
> bunch of other stuff selected. I did it over with r1090. I still got a
> few other things with menuconfig. But this time there were no errors.
search the mail list for "mm-armv.c"
there was a patch for 2.6.15
that was included with 2.6.17 (last was rev1092)
that got changed with 2.6.18
and peeking at the release candidate for 2.6.19 suggests that the arm
is still being restructured.
2.6.18 seems to have reverted to this python segfault feature.
2.6.11 (rev773) seems to not segfault either.