speedy zinc wrote:
--- Chen Shaopeng wrote:
>speedy zinc wrote:
>>Sorry, this is an old issue. Has anyone succeeded
>>building the server on Ubuntu 5.10?
>>I'd appreciate if someone can share some
>I just upgraded my workstation from Ubuntu 5.04 to
>over the weekend, and it's building fine, but I'm
>gcc 3.4 (not 4.0 as you have reported earlier).
>You might want to downgrade to gcc 3.4 to build it.
>modules use the command "cc", so you might have to
>a link from "cc" to your gcc command.
>The whole thing builds just fine, assuming that you
>all the req devel packages installed.
Could you share how you made it build on your Ubuntu?
I'm also using gcc 3.4, but I have struggling to make
it build for so long, it's unbelievable.
I want to learn about the internals, and I want to
be able to walk through some of the codes in a
debugger, so I want to be able to build this on my
I have never thought getting this to build is such
a pig... it's harder than compiling my own kernel.
It was never meant to be easy to build, being a proprietary product for
so long :-( We've been trying to make it easier to build as we go along
with new features, sort of like trying to build the bridge and cross it
at the same time . . .
Guys, is learning this special build framework part
of what I must learn before I can build the DS?
Sorry, I've been banging my head for too long ...
We're working on it. We're working on an improved build framework using
the dsbuild/gar stuff that should (hopefully) allow you to build on more
platforms than just rhel/fedora core.
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