Ah, okay. It's not really necessary, so I don't think I'll pursue it much. Thanks for the explanation.
-Alex

On 12/28/06, Craig Hughes < craig@gumstix.com> wrote:
On Dec 28, 2006, at 1:54 PM, Alex wrote:

> Hmm, is there any way to tell what was the last revision that the
> generic development system option worked on? I'm guessing not, but
> maybe someone remembers..

I'm not sure it's ever worked.  That option is an artifact of the
upstream buildroot, rather than one I've really been working to
maintain.  Generally, the preferred way to do gumstix development is
using the crosscompiler toolchain which the buildroot generates for
you, rather than doing native compiles on the gumstix itself.
Getting a native development environment working is something that's
kind of a "you're on your own, to some extent" thing.

C




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