Sorry to eaves drop on this conversation, but is it possible to build the image in Ubuntu 10.04?  I tried using Ubuntu 11.10 with no luck... but it builds great on Ubuntu 10.04..

On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 5:19 PM, Gutembert <> wrote:
Thanks gzp,

I have followed up this ways:

NB: I am using Ubuntu 11.10, 32 bit.

I went to modified
and regressed openssl as:

PREFERRED_VERSION_openssl = "0.9.8m"
PREFERRED_VERSION_openssl-native = "0.9.8m"


I went to
and modified it by removing the libdeps-first  patch as:

SRC_URI += "file://configure-targets.patch \
          file://shared-libs.patch \
          file://debian.patch \
          #file://libdeps-first.patch \

By rerunning the "$ bitbake omap3-console-image", I got a new error saying:

task 3694
do_compile) failed with exit code '1'.

I went then to
and I saw:

require gcc-cross_${PV}.bb

Can anyone please have a look at his
and tell me if he has the same statements:

require gcc-cross_${PV}.bb

as I do? please verify also your:




then tell me if they match with mines.

NOTE: If I don't remove "file://libdeps-first.patch \" located at "
by rerunning, I have the following error:

| make[1]: Leaving directory
| make[1]: Entering directory
| /home/nganpet/overo-oe/ -c -m 644
include/limits.h /usr/local/include/limits.h
| install: cannot create regular file `/usr/local/include/limits.h':
Permission denied
| make[1]: *** [/usr/local/include/limits.h] Error 1
| make[1]: Leaving directory
| make: *** [install-headers] Error 2
| + die 'oe_runmake failed'
| + oefatal 'oe_runmake failed'
| + echo FATAL: 'oe_runmake failed'
| FATAL: oe_runmake failed
| + exit 1
NOTE: package glibc-initial-2.9-r37.4: task do_install: Failed
ERROR: Function 'do_install' failed (see
for further information)
ERROR: Task 2578
do_install) failed with exit code '1'

When I looked at
I saw:

require glibc_${PV}.bb

do_configure_prepend () {
       unset CFLAGS

Please double check your files and let me know!!!

Thank you,

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