Hi,

Thanks for the reply.
Actually, I was trying this from a long time and I just thought to ask on the mailing list if someone was working on this.
However, I got this working now with the latest code from umip.org website.

Regarding changing version number in bitbake file. If you run bitbake -c clean nameofcodefile, it will clear the earlier built files and then if you run bitbake nameofcodefile it will compile perfectly.

Let me know if you need more information.

On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 6:23 PM, J. L. <vwyodapink@gmail.com> wrote:
Not that I can help much with this but I have found that I am wanting
new versions than what a bunch of recipes are providing, some recipes
I have luck just changing the version number it pulls and I get the
new one building properly. Though some if there are patches you have
to know how to transfer the patches which I have no clue to do at this
point. I would try the recipe route first than natively compiling it
as I have found and this is for me and my beginner self that there are
some issues with compiling on the gumstix itself even with the
task-native-sdk installed.



On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 5:52 AM, Vishwanath I Heddoori
<vishwanathheddoori@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I am trying to run umip.org code (http://www.umip.org) on gumstix.
> Accidently, I saw mipl-mipv6 directory in the
> overo-oe/org.openembedded.dev/recipes folder which is the old version of
> what I am trying to achieve.
>
> Has anyone tried to compile the latest version (umip.org) on Gumstix?
>
> Thanks..
>
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> Lancaster University, UK
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