I have install the task-native-sdk, and have been able to build some programs
on my overo fine with no major issues. Though some of the ones I tried are
searching for program dependencies I know I have installed and I know has
the listed files it says it cant find. Does this mean I need to create a
symbolic link the includes the directory where the include files it wants
are from, to the directory I am trying to compile in? I know for sure what
the program is looking for exists and that it is in the folder it says
should be in. Or is there any more steps one needs to take to setup the
overo to be able to natively build on it? I have tried to follow as many
examples as I can find online but seems as though the issue for me is when I
compile something on the overo that is going to be a dependency for another
program most of the time it can not find the files it needs from the
dependency I just installed. Thanks for any help in furthering my
understanding of this.
Just a beginner trying to learn his way around.
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