I'm still trying to compile the console image on an Arch Linux.
python-pycairo_1.8.0 fails with a linkage error:
/usr/lib/libgcc_s.so.1: file not recognized: File format not recognized
A snippet of the command being execute (by the build system):
After some research and log reading the problem is that, the */usr/lib is
contained multiple times within the args: once for the arm and once for the
native dir resulting in a conflict for the libgcc_s.*
Running the command manually without the -L/usr/lib argument made the
project compile successfully and the bitbake could continue with the QA and
Is there a way to get rid of the extra -L argument ? I could not find when
and who adds this argument even if I've replaced many /usr/lib throughout
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