Thanks Alex. The AppleMac is not suitable for Bitbake then, will use Ubuntu instead.

On 18 October 2010 09:45, Alex Gibson <alxx@alexthegeek.com> wrote:
 On 18/10/2010 7:39 PM, Liem Leong wrote:
> Hi Doug,
>
> How do I overcome Bitbake OMAP3 in AppleMac?
>
> I attached a trail in the attachment.
>
> Thanks.


Could install virtual box (free) or vmware fusion (paid) .

Then create a virtual machine (fedora or ubuntu) then install bitbake
and the rest.

Thats what I did at first at work(on a mini mac) until I managed to
scrounge a spare box and get space on our vmware server.

I found that easier than trying to get it running on OSX (10.5/10.6)

Alex

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