config_gz problem building fusion cvs
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Wed Sep 14 22:02:08 CEST 2005
Steven Seeger wrote:
> I did the same, except I did .rtai_config instead. Since I don't need the
> feature, I don't really care what it's supposed to be. :)
When this option is enabled, zcat /proc/rtai/config.gz will output the contents
of the .rtai_config file that has been used to build the fusion system. Same
format than the kernel's IKCONFIG support uses, so that running
linux/scripts/extract-ikconfig on the nucleus on-disk image will output the
config file contents too.
> On 9/14/05 9:21 AM, "Luotao Fu" <devtty0 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>Steven Seeger schrieb:
>>>During make install:
>>>make: Leaving directory `/home/darkwing/src/fusion/linux-2.6.13'
>>>/bin/install -c -m 644 config_gz rtai_nucleus.ko
>>>/bin/install: cannot stat `config_gz': No such file or directory
>>>make: *** [all-local] Error 1
>>>make: Leaving directory `/home/darkwing/src/fusion/fusion-cvs/nucleus'
>>>make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1
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>>Got the same problem during Compiling nucleus, should be some minor
>>problem with the automake script. I jsut gziped the config_data.h and
>>renamed it to config_gz and it worked seamlessly.
>>cd nuculeus;gzip -c config_data.h > config_gz
>>On the other hand I checked the config_gz in nucleus and modules
>>direcotries, they seem to be identical. I think you might just want to
>>copy it over to get the magic done.
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