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Re: Compiling on RaspberryPI
Thanks everyone for the prompt replies.
In the end I've avoided the problem changing the building options and
removing ldap and jabber support and the gmp dep was gone.
All the rest successfully compiled .... I've to say unexpectedly.
Great job you did guys in porting NetBSD on raspi, giving the chance to
use something else than Linux. THANK YOU ALL!
If I'll encounter any other issue that might be of 'public interest'
I'll post it here.
Just for the record, those are the packages that I've successfully
compiled and installed on my raspi until now:
digest-20121220 Message digest wrapper utility
perl-5.18.1nb1 Practical Extraction and Report Language
m4-1.4.17 GNU version of UNIX m4 macro language processor
bison-3.0 GNU yacc(1) replacement
gmake-4.0 GNU version of 'make' utility
libtool-base-2.4.2nb5 Generic shared library support script (the script
pkg-config-0.28 System for managing library compile/link flags
lzo-2.06 Portable lossless data compression library
libcfg+-0.6.2nb3 Command line and configuration file parsing library
p5-gettext-1.05nb9 Perl5 module interface to C I18N functions
help2man-1.43.3 Generate simple manual pages from program output
autoconf-2.69nb3 Generates automatic source code configuration
libogg-1.3.1 Ogg project codecs library
speex-1.2rc1nb1 Open-source, patent-free voice codec
xmlcatmgr-2.2nb1 XML and SGML catalog manager
libxml2-2.9.1 XML parser library from the GNOME project
libidn-1.28 Internationalized Domain Names command line tool
curl-7.33.0 Client that groks URLs
asterisk-220.127.116.11 The Asterisk Software PBX
docbook-xml-4.5 XML DTD designed for computer documentation
docbook-xsl-1.77.1nb1 Docbook XSL modular stylesheet
getopt-1.1.5 Program to help shell scripts parse command-line
readline-6.2 GNU library that can recall and edit previous input
libffi-3.0.13 Foreign function interface
python27-2.7.5nb3 Interpreted, interactive, object-oriented
libgpg-error-1.12 Definitions of common error values for all GnuPG
libgcrypt-1.5.3 GNU cryptographic library
libxslt-1.1.28nb1 XSLT parser library from the GNOME project
asciidoc-8.6.8 ASCII to formatted document converter
libevent-2.0.21nb2 Asynchronous event notification library
tor-0.2.3.25nb3 Anonymizing overlay network for TCP
On Tue, 2013-10-29 at 12:48 +0100, ASV wrote:
> Hi everyone, I've just subscribed to this mailing list as I started
> playing since yesterday with my new RaspberryPI with NetBSD head-daily
> (28/10) running on it.
> I'm a FreeBSD and OpenBSD user since many years now but this is the
> second time I'm using NetBSD so I'm still in the process of adjusting.
> Anyway the OS seems to be running very well.
> I'm trying to compile asterisk on my raspi and compilation time aside
> I'd say that was going fairly well (using pkgsrc) until the gmp package.
> From scratch it successfully compiled and installed the following:
> digest-20121220 Message digest wrapper utility
> perl-5.18.1nb1 Practical Extraction and Report Language
> m4-1.4.17 GNU version of UNIX m4 macro language processor
> bison-3.0 GNU yacc(1) replacement
> gmake-4.0 GNU version of 'make' utility
> libtool-base-2.4.2nb5 Generic shared library support script (the script
> pkg-config-0.28 System for managing library compile/link flags
> lzo-2.06 Portable lossless data compression library
> libcfg+-0.6.2nb3 Command line and configuration file parsing library
> p5-gettext-1.05nb9 Perl5 module interface to C I18N functions
> help2man-1.43.3 Generate simple manual pages from program output
> autoconf-2.69nb3 Generates automatic source code configuration
> The gmp package failed with the following:
> tmp-addcnd_n.s: Assembler messages:
> tmp-addcnd_n.s:141: Error: selected processor does not support ARM mode
> `bx r14'
> *** Error code 1
> So, my question is .... am I trying something which I'm not supposed to
> due to the 'packages' often not being compilable on such architecture?
> Or I'm missing some step? Or just not all packages are ready?
> I'm a bit lost.
> Any hint would be highly appreciated.
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