Hi,
 
I am trying the sample code hello.c. Could you please tell me what is the proper way to do this. Where to put the cpp files, and how to compile it. At the moment when i do something like this arm-linux-uclibc-gcc hello.c -o hello it gives me the error that command not found. So it is not recognizing the arm-linux-uclibc-gcc thing. What could be the problem? Further more how to flash the root_fs image onto the gumstix?
 
Best-
Imran

Dave Hylands <dhylands@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Imran,

> I have build the gumstix-buildroot. At the end there is a warning like this,

Good news!

> warning: Clock Skew detected, your build may be incomplete
>
> Is that normal?

Yeah - I see that too. It's a known issue with colinux. I haven't run
into any problems related to it yet.

It would only be a concern at all if you were actively developing
source files, and even then I haven't seen any issues.

I believe that it's fixed in the development builds, but since my
colinux install seems to be working for what I want it to, I've
decided to leave well enough alone :)

--
Dave Hylands
Vancouver, BC, Canada
http://www.DaveHylands.com/


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