when i giving *$* *make run/lwip_lx*
i got the following.
I trying to run http_srv file in linux platform.
if any error, tell me what should be change and what are the things need to
run the server using lwip.
checking library dependencies...
Library-description file cxx.mk is missing
Skip library syscall because it requires x86
Library-description file startup.mk is missing
Skip target drivers/nic/lan9118 because it requires lan9118
Library-description file platform.mk is missing
Skip target test/lwip/http_srv because it requires
make: Leaving directory `/home/administrator/genode1/build.lx'
genode build completed
int main(): --- create local services ---
int main(): --- start init ---
int main(): transferred 4095 MB to init
int main(): --- init created, waiting for exit condition ---
[init] parent provides
[init] service "ROM"
[init] service "RAM"
[init] service "IRQ"
[init] service "IO_MEM"
[init] service "IO_PORT"
[init] service "CAP"
[init] service "PD"
[init] service "RM"
[init] service "CPU"
[init] service "LOG"
[init] service "SIGNAL"
[init] child "timer"
[init] RAM quota: 360448
[init] ELF binary: timer
[init] priority: 0
[init] provides service Timer
[init] child "nic_drv"
[init] RAM quota: 1933312
[init] ELF binary: nic_drv
[init] priority: 0
[init] provides service Nic
[init] Could not open file "test-lwip_httpsrv"
[init -> nic_drv] --- Linux/tap NIC driver started ---
[init] child "nic_drv" announces service "Nic"
[init] child "timer" announces service "Timer"
From: Stefan Kalkowski <stefan.kalkowski@ge...> - 2013-09-09 08:16:06
On 09/06/2013 09:52 AM, Venkada Ramanujam wrote:
> Skip target test/lwip/http_srv because it requires
above line tells us that target 'test/lwip/http_srv' won't get built,
because you're missing C-library support. This is because you've to
enable the libports repository (containing the C library) in the
'etc/build.conf' file in your Linux build directory beforehand. Just
uncomment the following line:
#REPOSITORIES += $(GENODE_DIR)/libports
Moreover, you've to do a 'make prepare' in the libports directory of the
Genode sources. This will download, and prepare necessary third-party
code, e.g.: FreeBSD's libc sources.
After that you can re-build your target via 'make run/lwip_lx', and it
shouldn't complain about a missing 'test-lwip_httpsrv' binary anymore:
> [init] Could not open file "test-lwip_httpsrv"
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