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Old 09-20-2012, 11:08 AM   #195
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That message is because configure is trying to run ARM compiled test code on a non-ARM machine.

Two possible solutions:
Install and use scratchbox2 (it is designed to solve exactly this problem).
or
Follow the Ubuntu model of defining a binfmt_misc entry to use qemu to run the arm code.

Your choice should in-part be guided by what Linux distribution you are using.
Some "just work" - others can be a real hassle to setup.

There is a third choice -
Pass the appropriate ac_* settings in the environment of configure to turn off the testing but that is a technical level beyond this forum.
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