Originally Posted by knc1
Read twobob's work.
He shows how to get an application (on /mnt/us) to use system files and libraries, also on /mnt/us.
No changes required to the Kindle system files.
You obviously don't understand me. I read twobob's work
and I do understand what he's talking about. But it's not what I'm trying to do. I don't want to copy new libs on Kindle in /mnt/us/usr/lib. I want my app to use Kindle system lib.
I read Linaro 2012.04 README (I guess I should've read it long ago... so stupid of me):
The arm-linux-gnueabi version targets the Linaro Evaluation Build
11.10 flavour of Ubuntu 11.10 "Oneiric Ocelot". The default
* Runs on all Cortex-A profile devices
* Tuned for the Cortex-A9
* 'softfp' calling convention
* Uses the VFPv3-D16 FPU
* Multiarch enabled
* EGLIBC 2.13
* A GCC 4.7 series libgcc and libstdc++
It's built against EGLIBC. Kindle 3 uses GLIBC. No wonder it's not working, right?