Thank you for your suggestion. I will do that.


On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 11:10 AM, socializedquark <> wrote:

Hello Gumstix Community:

I am trying to compile the Root library (ver. 5.34.09) for an arm machine
(i.e. a gumstix verdex XL6P running the Angstrom linux distribution (a
computer-on-module)). I attempted native compilation but I kept getting an
internal error in the compiler program, which led to suspect that there was
not enough memory for the library to compile (this is most likely the case
since the library compiled fine on a debian arm emulation using qemu).

Now I am attempting to the bitbake software. I followed the instructions on
the website to
create a working bitbake environment and verdex image was created

Now I am trying to create a recipe that will allow me to run Root.
Supposedly the libraries have been built successfully but the installation
on the gumstix fails (see attachment).

I have attached my work so far (my recipe, the terminal output from the
computer I am running bitbake on and the terminal output from my gumstix)
and, since I am quite inexperienced with bitbake, I would greatly appreciate
any constructive feedback that will help me get the Root library working on
the gumstix.

Thank you very much in for any help that you may provide.

V. Satire Cat

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