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Old 03-25-2007, 08:15 AM   #16
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step by step i'm avancing but now i can't install the scatchbox because of i don't found the package:
scratchbox-core that Depends on scratch-box
and in the repositories i have these line
deb http://scratchbox.org/debian/ ./

ans yes it's fails in the "new line" to satisfect the depends:
# apt-get install `cat sc-deps`

well step by step, we will get a toolchain that will work in lunx 32 or 64 ;-)


exist the possibility of getting a scractchbox in 64 bits¿?
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Old 03-26-2007, 02:40 PM   #17
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ln -s dependencies-helper/*.sh .
Fixed!

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sbox$ echo nameserver <ip> >> /etc/resolv.conf
If that solves it, I would have to update the wiki for that, too O:-).
And fixed again! It works fine now. Thanks!

One other question: When using sb-menu and selecting the cpu-transparency method, your instructions say to select qemu-arm but I get list of roughly six qemu-arm selections to choose from. Does it matter which I select?

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Old 03-31-2007, 08:36 AM   #18
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One other question: When using sb-menu and selecting the cpu-transparency method, your instructions say to select qemu-arm but I get list of roughly six qemu-arm selections to choose from. Does it matter which I select?
I only remember one in my installation :-?. What are the options you have in the list?
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Old 04-02-2007, 12:16 PM   #19
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I get the following items:
qemu-arm-0.7.0-sb2
qemu-arm-0.8.0-m2
qemu-arm-0.8.0-sb2
qemu-arm-0.8.1-sb2
qemu-armeb-0.8.1-sb2

I went with the first one and haven't run into any problems so far but I haven't done anything more than getting xpuzzles and a vnc client compiled and tested.
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Old 04-02-2007, 12:29 PM   #20
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I get the following items:
qemu-arm-0.7.0-sb2
qemu-arm-0.8.0-m2
qemu-arm-0.8.0-sb2
qemu-arm-0.8.1-sb2
qemu-armeb-0.8.1-sb2

I went with the first one and haven't run into any problems so far but I haven't done anything more than getting xpuzzles and a vnc client compiled and tested.
Googling around, I've found the following page:

http://scratchbox.org/download/scrat...re_advanced_1/

It seems than in the latest release of scratchbox they've included more than one version of the qemu emulator, as different versions have different bugs (so depending on the libc/compiler, one may work while the other not).

Anyway, all versions seems to work when not using very recent kernels, if I interpret correctly that page, so the version choosed is not very important to our needs.
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Old 12-25-2007, 08:36 PM   #21
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Can I add new lib to the toolchain?
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Old 12-25-2007, 08:47 PM   #22
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Maybe I got your question wrong, but you can easily compile all needed libs by yourself. Just download the source and compile it inside the scratchbox environment.

This is the way I do it:

1. Often I come across a missing library when doing a ./configure for a wanted app. I look up the (Debian) package name of that lib via
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apt-cache search xyz
2. Afterwards I download its source:
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apt-get source libxyz-dev
3. Then I compile and install it into the scratchbox environment ("make", "make install" etc.)
4. After successfully installing the needed lib I continue with the compilation process of the wanted app. The dep-helpers ("lib-gen.sh") will then automatically find the new library.

Hope this helps.
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Old 12-26-2007, 06:27 AM   #23
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You just got my question exact. Thank you.
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