On 05/31/2012 01:23 PM, Tyler Jones wrote:
OE classic will not build an image on anything past 10.X. Gumstix is using 10.04 for our builds. We are working on a system that will use Yocto for building images. If you would like more info about that system please message me back.

-Tyler Jones


On 31 May 2012 12:43, g4@novadsp.com <g4@novadsp.com> wrote:

Running a build on Ubuntu 12.04 as per
http://gumstix.org/software-development/open-embedded/61-using-the-open-embedded-build-system.html


The build fails in openssl as per
http://www.mentby.com/Group/gumstix-users/build-omap3-console-image-on-ubuntu-1110.html
and others.

Does anyone know why this fails on anything later than 10.X? Seems like
a major drawback.

What version(s) do the Gumstix people use?

Thanks





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If you want to build using the current Angstrom not based off OE classic or build Poky/Yocto. Here is a good starting point
http://gumstix.8.n6.nabble.com/Abandoning-the-broken-obsolete-Angstrom-OpenEmbedded-platform-in-favor-or-Poky-td4337172.html
If you go the Angstrom method. You can just setup Angstrom how their wiki states. Then add in the missing layers, if it still misses some. Also you would use overo and not the beagleboard as they say.
There was another tutorial online from Scott but I seem to have not saved it, will post the link if I can find it.
I currently build my overo images both with Poky and Angstrom-next. I am happier with Angstrom-next right now and will probably just stick with building only on that for now.