Re: [zipitwireless] Re: Updates (Tremor, wavemon, Graphics, etc...)
- Thanks, Ken!
Ken McGuire wrote:
The best way is to use the wavemon.mk & Config.in files that I forgot
to upload :P (they are there now, see the packages folder)
This should work to get the initial autoconf stuff done, as well as
the patching of the wavemon-0.4.0b sources. After building once using
buildroot, the wavemon Makefile will be configured for your
environment and you will be able to re-compile by just running make in
the wavemon dir. The resulting file will not be stripped like when you
build from buildroot though.
I'm not really sure how to achieve a fully static build, I'm using
uClibc-0.9.28 at the moment and hopefully will have a new version of
--- In email@example.com, "Brian Bulkowski" <brian@b...>
> What's the best way to deal with the makefile for something like
> I've used buildroot to generate my tools, and simply using
> linux-arm-gcc -static will compile a simple program.
> Wavemon uses autoconfig, which is well and good, but of course it
> picks up the i86 tools, not the cross-tools.
> Common problem --- what's the solution? Set CC and a few other
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ken McGuire" <kenm@p...>
> > Hi Albert,
> > I finally got around to playing with wavemon, it's a cool
> > but didn't work too swell on my Zipit.
> > I took the sources and hacked on them a bit, and think I have
> > improved things. Check out my patch to the wavemon-0.4.0b
> > sources that I uploaced to the files section. I haven't uploaded a
> > binary since I am in the middle of getting a new release of
> > ready.
> > enjoy..
> > ...ken...
> > --- In email@example.com, "bomberman0" <asantoni@u...>
> > wrote:
> > > Hey everyone,
> > >
> > > Over the past few weeks I've been playing with a bunch of
> > > things on my Zipit. I've finally got the cross-compilation
> > > down (I think), and have been cross compiling apps here and
> > > Here's the lowdown:
> > >