That's true, the link works great for OE, but if we are trying to build Buildroot so we have still have the problem of wonky patches, etc.
OE is great in making the standard packages, but in my case I am looking for a PlayerStage recipe and not having any luck ... so having buildroot's toolchain available would be great for building PlayerStage
Along the line of patched, I have tried removing the offending patches from the temp directory and managed to get a little further, but still cannot make it all the way thought to get a competed Buildroot.
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Dave Hylands wrote:This link might help you. I used the instructions for building on 9.04
> I know for OE, I had to use the 4.1 version of gcc to build the verdex
> stuff. I suspect that you'll need to do something similar for
>> I am new using gumstix-verdex. I tried to build Buildroot on my Ubuntu9.04, but I found the compilation error like below. I really don't know how to repair the error. Please give me some idea for that. Thanks.
>> /home/bhlee/gumstix/buildrobot/toolchain/quilt/share/push: line 122: /usr/lib64/quilt/backup-files: No such file or directory
>> Applying patch /home/bhlee/gumstix/buildrobot/toolchain/uClibc/restore-baudrates.patch
>> patching file libc/sysdeps/linux/common/bits/termios.h
>> Hunk #1 FAILED at 156.
>> Hunk #2 FAILED at 170.
>> 2 out of 2 hunks FAILED -- rejects in file libc/sysdeps/linux/common/bits/termios.h
>> Patch /home/bhlee/gumstix/buildrobot/toolchain/uClibc/restore-baudrates.patch does not apply (enforce with -f)
>> make: *** [/home/bhlee/gumstix/buildrobot/toolchain_build_arm_nofpu/uClibc/..patched] Error 1
> Although this particular error doesn't look like a toolchain issue.
> Perhaps quilt has changed?
> I see on my Ubuntu 9.04 system, that backup-files is found on
> /usr/share/quilt/scripts/backup-files. Maybe some scripts in the
> buildroot stuff are trying to call a script directly from quilt, and
> can't find it because the location changed with a newer version of
> Dave Hylands
> Shuswap, BC, Canada
but I'm now moved to 9.10 and trying to get things to work on that one.
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