nothing after make for snapshot

Adam Lackorzynski adam at
Sun Feb 2 11:09:11 CET 2014


On Thu Jan 30, 2014 at 19:12:27 +0100, Emanuel Berg wrote:
> I have not been able to install from
> l4re-snapshot-2013123021.tar.bz2
> The toolchain test says everything is fine (though I
> had to install dialog and doxygen from the repos as
> well).
> With 'make setup' I get the dialog, and I can pick
> between x86-32 (ia32), UX-32, or amd64/x86_64 (or arm,
> though I didn't test that).
> I have a 64-bit CPU but it runs a 32-bit Debian Linux.
> What happens next is whatever I pick, I get l4/,
> l4linux/, and fiasco/ in obj/.
> It says I should set the PATH to include bin/, but
> except for the arm stuff, there is only
> setup.d/04-setup there to execute (is that
> it?). Anyway, I did that, and on 'make' it says:

Setting this path up is basically only needed for having the ARM cross
compiler, so can be omitted if you're just interested in x86.

> make[1]: Entering directory `/home/incal/core/l4re-snapshot-2013123021'
> =============== Building all Fiasco configurations ============
> =============== Building all L4Re   configurations ============
> =============== Building all L4Linux configurations ===========
> =============== Building Image ================================
> =============== Build done ====================================
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/incal/core/l4re-snapshot-2013123021'
> However, as there is nothing in those directories,
> nothing happens.

You say you have an obj dir, which is good. What's in there? There
should be a Fiasco build directory (such as obj/fiasco/ia32), l4re build
dir (obj/l4/x86) and an L4Linux build dir (obj/l4linux). Are those dirs
there for you?

Adam                 adam at

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