Hups, the files ;-)
Henry Nestler wrote:
> Hello gary,
> PREFIX is my working home directory for colinux.
> I do this build completely in my home diretory /home/hn, so you must
> only edit these script co.cf. Than run follow commands in a shell:
> # cd ~/coLinux
> # tar xfz colinux-20040710.tar.gz
> # source ./co.cf
> # cd colinux-20040710/bin
> # build-all.sh
> Yes, and I do this in a putty-shell on running colinux
> in windows Box! :-)
> +--- download
> +--- binutils-2.15.90-20040222-1-src.tar.gz
> +--- fltk-1.1.4-source.tar.bz2
> +--- gcc-core-3.3.1-20030804-1-src.tar.gz
> +--- gcc-g++-3.3.1-20030804-1-src.tar.gz
> +--- linux-2.6.7.tar.bz2
> +--- mingw-runtime-3.3-src.tar.gz
> +--- mxml-1.3.tar.gz
> +--- w32api-2.5-src.tar.gz
> +--- w32api-2.5.tar.gz
> +--- wpdpack_3_0.zip
> +--- colinux-20040710.tar.gz
> +--- mingw32
> +--- dist
> +--- bin (the cross-Compiler)
> +--- include
> +--- i686-pc-mingw32
> +--- include
> +--- FL (here are your files!)
> +--- colinux-20040710
> +--- bin
> See also in Wiki
> and follow
> I do not ise cygwin. I am using mingw32. I do not know, it's the same?
> But is not relevant.
> Do call the build-all.sh. It's need wget for downloading source. I am
> mostly offline on my PC so I put all sources as file into directory
> download. The building detect this, and use my file (without internet
> gary ng wrote:
>> I briefly went through the build* script. They
>> mentioned about mingw.
>> What I am doing is building them under linux, so don't
>> know how to connect them together.
>> As trying to run build-all.sh would ask for $PREFIX
>> directory with mingw32 as an example. Don't even know
>> how to enter it or what to specify for linux stuff.
>> To further complicate the matter, I want the final
>> userland programs to be linked against uclibc, not the
>> standard libc6 !
>> puzzled and thanks for the help and info.
>> --- Henry Nestler <Henry.Ne@...> wrote:
>>> gary ng wrote:
>>>> I tried to build colinux for 2.6(the hosting
>>>> not the colinux kernel) but the console program
>>>> to require Fl/* header files.
>>>> What exactly are these ? Are they from FLTK ? If
>>>> is the case, does it mean I need X too ?
>>> X do not need. You need only a running linux in text
>>> console, phyton and some other compiling tools.
>>> Download actual snapshot and view into
>>> bin/build-all.sh this will download all sources and build thirst the
>>> cross-tools, than kernel and libs for cross. After this all done, you
>>> can compile
>>> console programs with. This are the last step in build-colinux.sh.
>>> Only compile console fltk don't work. I have tried
>>> for long time ago. This do not work. I also tried to compile in windows
>>> via mingw. I does also not work: Makefiles use "ln" and other stuff.
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