About cross compiling libgtk2.0dev library
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 10, 2012
I'm using Parrot's SDK to compile one demo app for Android and ARDrone. This drone is controlled through wifi and is capable of video streaming from two cameras on board. I've been trying to get the Android Demo working on my tablet, it's included in Parrot's SDK. So far, I've successfully cross compiled both, android application and its native libraries.
The app runs and I'm able to make the ARDrone take off, but then my application crashes and no video is displayed on the screen.
For building native libraries, the make file first runs 'check_dependencies.sh' and install them if they aren't present in the system. One of the dependencies is library libgtk2.0-dev (freely available on Ubuntu repositories). I discovered that this library makes the cross compiler display one weird message:
arm-eabi-gcc: unrecognized option '-pthread'.
My best bet is I'm incorrectly linking library libgtk2.0-dev to create the native libraries, which in term, will be linked to
Cross compiling for mac os x on ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 23, 2008
I have a c program I'd like to compile for mac os x. Sadly I don't have a mac, but a mac user have told me that my program compiles without a problem on his mac.
I've been cross compiling for windows using mingw, but there seems to be no such package for mac os x as well, and nothing I've found on the web was very helpful thus far.
Can anyone here guide me to an easy to follow tutorial/howto?
Cross compiling Bluezutils for ARM
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 14, 2007
I'm new to LQ and I already like it here. As I'm new to programming and compiling stuff in Linux I'm really happy to have found this place.
I'm a student at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland and currently I'm working on a embedded wireless web server project.
As you probably have guessed by now I already run into my first few problems. The most urgent task is about cross compiling the bluez-stack for my at91rm9200-board.
I have installed crosstools as my toolchain and already configured & made bluez-libs:
Compiling kernel with bare minimum options
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 10, 2010
I am looking to compile a kernel for my system which is a home built machine. This machine is stable and has not had any hardware changes in the past 2 years. I am trying to figure out exactly what modules and options to include in my custom kernel. Is there a way to see what modules are actually in use on my system and build a custom kernel based on that?
Linker error in cross compiling foomatic filter
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 18, 2009
I want cross compile foomatic-filters-4.0.1 source on 220.127.116.11-olimex kernel.
I am getting some linker errors during cross compilation. I have listed them below.
pdf.o: In function `render_pages':
pdf.c.text+0x3e4): undefined reference to `gsapi_new_instance'
pdf.c.text+0x44c): undefined reference to `gsapi_set_stdio'
pdf.c.text+0x460): undefined reference to `gsapi_init_with_args'
pdf.c.text+0x470): undefined reference to `gsapi_exit'
pdf.c.text+0x478): undefined reference to `gsapi_delete_instance'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [foomatic-rip] Error 1
Can any one help me to solve this errors?
Getting printer drivers (hpijs) on Mini2440 ARM9 (cross compiling)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 22, 2010
Hello, I'm still rather new to Linux and Embedded Linux. I started working with it last November.
I'm working on a project where I have to send print commands to a USB
printer (HP Deskjet D2660) from a Mini2440 ARM9. I only have to print text.
I received the Mini2440 ARM9 on February 2 this year.
I've successfully cross compiled CUPS with the linux-arm cross compiler (or at least I think so since I managed to get no errors after configure, make and sudo make install).
However I don't seem to be able to cross compile HPIJS, I'm sure I should be able to fix it.. but the error I get seems pretty useless to me.
After getting ownership of everything with chown I've configured this way:
CXX=arm-linux-g++ CC=arm-linux-gcc AR=arm-linux-ar RANLIB=arm-linux-ranlib ./configure --host=arm-linux --prefix=/opt/FriendlyARM/mini2440/root_qtopia/ --enable-hpijs-only-build --enable-qt4 --disable-doc-build
Then I try to run make, but get error message:
cross compiling libJudy
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 21, 2007
I am attempting to cross compile libJudy for the avr32 processor
i am using the following to configure the makefile:
Cross compiling linux kernel module for ARM on x86 ubuntu [closed]
- date: January 10, 2013
I want to cross compile an ARM kernel module on my x86 ubuntu linux.
I have downloded kernel source(linux 2.6.26 since target ARM machine is running this linux version).
and I apt-get'ed arm cross compiler. as you can see.
following is the Makefile for my kernel module(hello_module.ko)
compilation(for my x86 machine) and this works fine.
obj-m += hello_module.o
Raspberry PI Cross Compiling QT GUI Application in Ubuntu
location: linuxexchange.com - date: December 11, 2013
I typically write Linux and QNX command-line applications in VIM, generally steer away from graphical IDEs. I am currently working on a simple GUI-based application for the RPI that presents a text field for entering commands, and a read-only text field for displaying logging statements.
Is there a de facto standard means of setting up a build environment in Linux (ie: Ubuntu) so I can compile for ARM on the RPI and just deploy the binaries via NFS/SSH?
Additionally, is there a standard means of creating a staging area (ie: a bare-bones empty QT project with a makefile in place that already knows that the only valid target is to use the x86 compiler targeted for ARM)?
The end goal is to set up a few virtual machines with a bunch of empty/blank sample projects that will just build via the command-line when executing make.
I have read through other similar questions I found on SO, but they deal solely with installing the compiler. I also need to figure out how to set up a sample mak
Compiling code with Qt5 using CMake on Ubuntu 12.04
- date: December 2, 2014
I have a fairly special setup here and I have not enough knowledge about CMake to find out what is wrong.
I am on Ubuntu 12.04.
I installed Qt5 from apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-sdk-team/ppa and CMake 18.104.22.168 from apt-add-repository ppa:kalakris/cmake (https://launchpad.net/~kalakris/+archive/ubuntu/cmake).
Here is the complete, minimal test-case:
:~/projects/qtcmaketest$ cat CMakeLists.txt
find_package (Qt5Widgets REQUIRED)
target_link_libraries (qtcmaketest Qt5::Widgets)
:~/projects/qtcmaketest$ cat blubb.cpp
int main (int argc, char * argv)
QApplication app (argc, argv);
:~/projects/qtcmaketest$ cmake . && make
-- The C compiler
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