CRUX-ARM running on a BeagleBone Black

Víctor Martínez pitillo at ono.com
Mon Nov 9 07:27:12 UTC 2015


El 09/11/2015 00:24, Bernd Eggink <monoped at sudrala.de> escribió:
>
> On 08.11.2015 15:46, Fredrik Rinnestam wrote: 
> > On Sun, Nov 08, 2015 at 04:16:21PM +0100, Víctor Martínez wrote: 
> >> El 05/11/2015 19:02, Bernd Eggink <monoped at sudrala.de> escribió: 
> >>> 
> >>> Hi all, 
> >>> 
> >> Hey Bernd, 
> >> 
> >>> I just ventured to install CRUX-ARM on my BBB, expecting all kinds of 
> >>> problems... but there weren't any! I only had to add sshd to the 
> >>> SERVICES, as thre is neither a keyboard nor a display attached. I'm very 
> >>> happy, thanks to the maintainers for the good work! 
> >>> 
> >> Thank you very much for the feedback and info provided. Glad that things go as expected  on an unnofficial device :) 
> >> 
> >>> The first `prt-get sysup' (including a gcc update) ran for about 24 
> >>> hours, but that could be expected. There was only one glitch: The 
> >>> 'libpcre' port misses the dependency 'automake'. It compiled well in the 
> >>> 2nd run. 
> >>> 
> >> I've took a fast look into libpcre issue and it isn't an overlayed port, this means it should be fixed upstream in CRUX (may be adding a bug in flyspray can help to avoid other people this problem). 
> > 
> > This is not a bug and it is sort of intentional. We only list linked 
> > core-ports in the dependencies. If we listed everything the dependencies 
> > would soon be *very* long. For instance more or less all crux ports 
> > depends on "make" but its not listed anywhere. Same with basic stuff 
> > like a shell (/bin/sh) etc. 
> > 
> > We are assuming that the core ports always are installed. 
>
> OK, that sounds reasonable, thanks for the clarification. 
>
> Bernd 
>
> _____________________________
Hey Bernd,
which release did you deploy into the BBB? Generic or optimized for the cubieboard1?

Regards,
Victor Martinez
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