Samuel BURG wrote:
Well, "checking target system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu" should be : "checking target system type... arm_920" as you want to build for ARM (the nas cpu architecture), not for x86 (your PC i686 cpu architecture)
Yep that's what I want, however looking at the downloaded build environment, and a bit of experementation...., it looks like I needed
./configure --build=i686-pc-linux-gnu --host=armv4tl-hardhat-linux as arm_920 was barfing saying something like unrecognized architecture !I also needed to add PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/arm-linux-toolchain/bin to the root .bashrc so that configure could find the tools needed to build the executables.
Which I am now pleased to say is working WooHoo, after I copied across a couple of the libraries I needed (libm and libutil).
Perhaps the wiki should be updated to reflect this..... :)
ask your ./configure script for availaible arch using sometinhg like ./configure --help
Yeah I tried that but could not figure out which combination of --host --target etc I needed :) Cheers. Phill. -- Phill Harvey-Smith, Programmer, Hardware hacker, and general eccentric ! "You can twist perceptions, but reality won't budge" -- Rush.