Saturday, 2018-09-29

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akaWolf nice article btw :)14:11
deniWhoops 😬
tortoisedochey ho18:33
tortoisedoci have an issue with a package18:34
tortoisedocgcc in particular18:34
tortoisedocon the platform sdk,18:34
tortoisedocin a target, when installing gcc, I get "invalid cross-device link"18:34
tortoisedocthe docs mention to ignore18:34
tortoisedocbut then, subsequent packages cant resolve correctly /usr/bin/cc, even tho the file is there18:34
tortoisedocwhat's sb2 doing?18:35
tortoisedocmal : ping18:37
tortoisedoclbt : ping?18:37
maltortoisedoc: was?18:39
tortoisedocas per above :)18:39
tortoisedocmal : as per above?18:41
maltortoisedoc: hmm, trying to understand the issue, so you are trying to build gcc?18:41
tortoisedocmal : no, sorry, when installing gcc i get the "invalid cross-device link"18:43
tortoisedocthen I follow the instructions from the platform sdk (mer), and ignore the error18:43
tortoisedocbut then, when I install another package which requires /usr/bin/gcc, rpm cant resolve the file in question (/usr/bin/gcc)18:44
r0kk3rzinstalling gcc? surely its already in the target19:07
malyes, why would it need to be installed manually19:09
tortoisedocr0kk3rz : okay, fair point; problem is, /usr/bin/gcc (and /usr/bin/cc) still are not recognized20:09
tortoisedoc(even the preinstalled ones=20:09
tortoisedoc(even the preinstalled ones)20:09
r0kk3rzwhat needs those?20:09
tortoisedocrust compiler from sfietkonstantin20:10
tortoisedocand yes, tried on a fresh target -> same problem20:11
r0kk3rzshow output from build20:12
tortoisedocr0kk3rz : its rpm20:12
tortoisedocrpm -i for instance20:12
r0kk3rzshow output20:13
r0kk3rzalso, add the repo and install it properly20:14
tortoisedocdeps are installed20:14
tortoisedocbinary seems to be the problem20:15
tortoisedoc   /usr/bin/cc specifically20:15
tortoisedoceven --force fails20:15
tortoisedocI know that sb2 does some magic on the compiler (like gcc points to i486-meego-linux-gnu-gcc20:15
tortoisedocbut the compiler works just fine and compiles20:16
tortoisedocsb2 -d does not help20:16
r0kk3rzyes maybe that rust will need some mods to work with sb220:17
tortoisedocwell, good night20:21
coderusWhat is fakeroot rpm -i inside target running in non-root sdk-build mode???20:36
coderusDon't you need to -m sdk-install -R for those things?20:37
r0kk3rzin this instance i think the real issue is a dodgy Requires directive20:39

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