How to compile DDekit in l4re-snapshot-2010080920?
doebel at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Mon Oct 25 16:58:56 CEST 2010
On 25.10.2010 09:46, 方明伟 wrote:
> Hi :
> Everyone! I am a new one to use fiasco.OC.
> Now, I am compiling L4Linux for X86 and arm. But I didn't know how to
> configure the DDekit.
> In "l4/pkg/dde/Makefile", three senteces are being commented.
> "# $(VERBOSE)PWD=$(PWD)/linux26/include $(MAKE) -C linux26/include
> # $(VERBOSE)PWD=$(PWD)/linux26/contrib/include $(MAKE) -C
> "# $(VERBOSE)PWD=$(PWD)/linux26/lib $(MAKE) -C linux26/lib"
> Does that mean I can't use the DDekit now?
> So I wondered can DDekit be used in L4Re?
> If yes, how can I configure and compile the dde in /l4/pkg?
What exactly would you like to configure? Just compile L4Re the normal
way and DDE as well as DDEKit will be compiled and are available for use.
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