From: Geert Stappers <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, William Main <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: ./configure --enable-local
Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2018 18:07:00 -0000 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <20180223180711.GZ9226@gpm.stappers.nl> (raw)
On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 09:12:23AM -0800, Alexey Neyman wrote:
> On 02/23/2018 08:46 AM, William Main wrote:
> >Dear Alexey,
> > Â Â Â I am new to YOCTO but experienced in other emddeded systems. I am
> >following recipes in a book published in June 2017 by Chris Symmonds
> >"Mastering Embedded Linux Programming" and am stuck on pg 29 which is
> > Â I have become stuck for two days now on the error show below even
> >though I have confirmed the two files showing issues are present and
> >Setting up libtool (2.4.6-0.1) Â << this is what is installed
> >$ sudo apt-get install make
> >Reading package lists... Done
> >Building dependency tree
> >Reading state information... Done
> >make is already the newest version (4.1-6). Â << definitely installed
> >make set to manually installed.
> >git clone https://github.com/crosstool-ng/crosstool-ng.git
> > Â Â lots of output and succeeded
> >cd crosstool-ng
> >git checkout crosstool-ng-1.22.0
> > Â Â lots of output and succeeded
> >$ ./bootstrap
> >then the issue begins
> >william@NEMT-Yocto:~/crosstool-ng$ ./configure --enable-local
> > Â Â Â Â lots of output that looks ok then --
> >checking for make 3.81... no
> >checking for GNU libtool >= 1.5.26... no
> >configure: error: could not find GNU libtool >= 1.5.26
> >system details:
> >Distributor ID: Ubuntu
> >Description: Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS
> >Release: 16.04
> >Codename: xenial
> >can you either shed some light on what is going wrong or point me to
> >where I might find help?
> >Again, I apologize for the interruption.
> >Bill Main
> First, do not write to me personally. I will not respond to private
> questions like that - if there is an issue that needs explanation, a
> question on a archivedÂ mailing list will benefit all of the
> community, not just you.
> As to your question: with any question regarding configure, the
> config.log should be provided. That's the basic rule for any
> configure-based project so you should've been aware of that.
> For both make and libtool, configure tries to check their versions
> by invoking them with --version and then trying to match the
> following regexps:
> ^GNU Make (3.[[:digit:]]|[4-9])
> \(GNU libtool.*\)
> - Ensure that the versions of make/libtool you've installed are
> available in the $PATH (and not preceded in $PATH by some outdated
> version, e.g. in your $HOME/bin).
> - See what your `make --version` and `libtool --version` print and
> see if it matches the regexps above.
A `reply-to-all` will include me, I'll forward the message to crossgcc mailinglist.
Much better would be being subscribed to this mailinglist yourself.
Leven en laten leven
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2018-02-23 17:12 ` quik question - I apologize for the interruption Alexey Neyman
2018-02-23 18:07 ` Geert Stappers [this message]
2018-02-23 20:09 ` ./configure --enable-local William Main
2018-02-23 21:08 ` Geert Stappers
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