[ros-dev] ReactOS build fallen over - problem solved
wes.parish at paradise.net.nz
Sun Oct 16 08:54:58 CEST 2005
But the problem's solved - at least for the moment. I edited PREFIX in
makefile.auto, ignoring the warning about it being an automatically-generated
file, and typed 'make' and it decided to do its thing.
Still, your idea sounds good. I'll keep it in mind.
On Sat, 15 Oct 2005 23:21, Horváth Róbert wrote:
> on gentoo I used to create the install cd with these commands:
> export ROS_PREFIX=i386-mingw32msvc
> export PATH=$PATH:/opt/xmingw/bin
> make bootcd
> you should:
> export ROS_PREFIX=i586-mingw32msvc and export PATH=$PATH:<folder of your
> mingw installation>
> ps: you should read the beginning of the trunk/reactos/Makefile. it
> contains a lot of inromation.. like:
> # Accepted environment variables:
> # ROS_PREFIX
> # This variable specifies the prefix of the MinGW installation.
> On Windows
> # a prefix is usually not needed, but on linux it is usually
> "mingw32". If
> # not present and no executable named "gcc" can be found, then
> the prefix is
> # assumed to be "mingw32". If your gcc is named i386-mingw32-gcc
> then set
> # ROS_PREFIX to i386-mingw32. Don't include the dash (-) before gcc.
> Wesley Parish wrote:
> > I started compiling ReactOS 0.2.7 on my Linux box
> > uname -a
> > Linux localhost 2.6.3-7mdk #1 Wed Mar 17 15:56:42 CET 2004 i686 Celeron
> > (Coppermine) unknown GNU/Linux
> > This was the result.
> > I'm using i586-mingw32mscv-*. Now my question is, in which file do I
> > find the elusive (PREFIX)? Because I can't find it in Makefile.
> > make: mingw32-dlltool: Command not found
> > make: *** [obj-i386/lib/kernel32/libkernel32.a] Error 127
> > [wparish at localhost reactos027]$
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