Ok, so I have GCC on and running on my gumstix, but I don't have stdio.h so I can't even make "hello world"... I tried getting glibc on, but I have no idea which package to install.  Obviously, including "glibc" in gumstix-fro-image.bb doesn't work:

# basic gumstix image

require ${GUMSTIXTOP}/com.gumstix.collection/packages/images/gumstix-basic-image.bb
PR="r6"

IMAGE_INSTALL += "glibc screen gcc make autoconf automake vim ckermit minicom perl tcl vim rsync bitbake \
binutils pkgconfig libtool m4 python gdb strace screen bash linux-libc-headers-dev"

because it can't be found.

|
| Collected errors:
| Cannot find package glibc.
| Check the spelling or perhaps run 'ipkg update'
|

There are dozens of glibc ipk's and I don't know enough about glibc to identify which might have stdio.h... I tried greping the ipk's hoping that the file format would have a header with the contents of the package.  Didn't find it.



So I beg, how do I get STDIO.H on my gumstix?  Better yet, answer my original question, "How do I get a toolchain ON my gumstix".

I'd like to remind people that there are two ways we can proceed, I can beg the list for answers every time I get stuck and inundate this list with traffic, or someone on the list can answer my original question.

I know it's probably trivial to someone, if not everyone else here.

I have searched the hell out of google, obviously, because I'm already posted links to instructions that have gotten me this far.  I just don't know which combination of arcane keywords is going to endow Google with the *A-W-E-S-O-M-E* *P-O-W-E-R-* to grant me an answer.

On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 11:14 PM, Corey McGuire <coreyfro@coreyfro.com> wrote:
I found the following:
http://dev.openbossa.org/trac/mamona/browser/contrib/angstrom/build-release.sh?rev=fa41946dfa5129fdf4f63ccd73e0cb1357b45101

And I've made a new image.bb with promising results:
/usr/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc

I don't have my stix, but I'll test it tomorrow.

On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 5:40 PM, Hak-Tae Lee <haktae@yahoo.com> wrote:
Sorry this is not an answer but I also want to know how to cross-compile GCC and load it up to Gumstix so that I can compile and run directly from Gumstix.




----- Original Message ----
From: Corey McGuire <coreyfro@coreyfro.com>
To: General mailing list for gumstix users. <gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2008 3:22:41 PM
Subject: [Gumstix-users] How do I make a Full Build Environment on a Gumstick? (upto and possibly including Bitbake)

Hey all,

So I would really like to get a nice gnu build environment on my gumstix.  I followed the instructions here  but it did not give me the nice, familiar environment I wish. I bitbaked my own image and made a Hello World .BB and I am now comfortable making my own Image .BB's, but when I include GCC in the list of packages to install, I get, instead, cc1.  I don't want to cross compile, I want to build on the system.

Getting just GCC working would be a start, but does anyone have a .BB or at least a suggested assortment of packages to get everything upto Bitbake working on a gumstix?  I'm working with gigs of compact flash here, so I am not worried at all about space.


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