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Compile any package from the sources

posted in IGEP COM MODULE
Friday, July 03 2015, 02:20 PM
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How can I compile some packages from sources? I have the virtual machine with the tools that includes the arm compilers for the board.

I've compile a hello-world.c successfully with the next command: "arm-poky-linux-gnueabi-gcc -o hello-world hello-world.c".

Now the idea is to install, for example, the Python 3.4.3 version from the source, insted of using the 2.7.2 that there is in the Yocto.
I've downloaded the sources and try this in the virtual machine: "./configure CC=arm-poky-gnueabi-gcc", obtaining an error.

If I want to install any package from the sources, which are the steps to do it?
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  • Accepted Answer

    Monday, July 06 2015, 05:09 PM - #permalink
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    Hi gerteksa,

    I recommend you to build Python sources or any other complex software with bitbake tool. You can get python 3.4.3 recipes from Yocto repositories at:

    https://git.yoctoproject.org/cgit/cgit.cgi/poky/tree/meta/recipes-devtools/python

    Finally, you will need to adapt Python 3.4.3 recipes to denzil build system

    Cheers!
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    Wednesday, October 14 2015, 10:55 AM - #permalink
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    Some months after with no develops with the ISEE board, I don't understand how to install any package using the bitbake tool. Which are the steps to do it? I supose that the bitbake is a tool for any linux distro and after that, how can I pass the compiled source to the IGEP board? I don't understand how this tool works. Can you give me more clear steps please?
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    Wednesday, October 14 2015, 05:47 PM - #permalink
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    Hi gerteksa,

    If you are new with Yocto infrastructure I suggest you to follow this tutorial and compile a firmware from scratch:

    http://labs.isee.biz/index.php/Yocto_Project_1.2_-_Poky_7.0.y_denzil

    I recommend you use Ubuntu 12.04 as a native OS to compile faster, but you can use the IGEP VM machine too

    Finally, when you compile an entire OS, you can add recipe from other sources, for example: openembedded.org/meta-openembedded, or write your own recipes to custom your firmware

    Cheers!
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