Eric,

I figured it out. In the OE documentation for bitbake it describes the '-b' flag. I'm not 100% clear on the proper definition, but that is apparently the 'build' option. So, doing this:

> bitbake -b helloworld_1.0.0.bb

gives you this:

helloworld_1.0.0-r0_armv5te.ipk

right where it should be. It even installs and runs on the gumstix (just checked it for myself).

Mike


On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 6:53 PM, ericwade <ericwade@usc.edu> wrote:

I have a similar question ... I think that, in addition to the files;

helloworld-dbg_1.0.0-r0_armv5te.ipk
helloworld-dev_1.0.0-r0_armv5te.ipk

You should also have something with a name like

helloworld_1.0.0-r0_armv5te.ipk

This is the file that you would send to the Gumstix, and subsequently unpack
with the ipkg command. However, when I run the hello_world example, I only
get these two files (and not the third) - I assume you have the same
problem.

Any help on this???

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