[Buildroot] new DHCP version and make error
Rafael A Barrero
rafa at linux.it
Wed Nov 29 01:13:11 UTC 2006
I agree that buildroot should take step forward in this direction. A
"distribution building system" should be able to maintain a stable process
for creating these distributions, no?
I for example have just begun to work with buildroot and I'm coming across
missing software distributions or software distributions that simply do
For example - gettext-0.14.6 does not compile... what do you guys suggest?
Do I remove it from my list? Use an alternate version? Fix the bug?
Does anyone have a known-good list somewhere (for x86 targets)? What
versions allow buildroot to compile cleanly? Completely?
I certainly don't mind pitching a hand... I've got some spare systems and
could put together a quick test matrix. Thoughts?
> On Tue, 2006-11-28 at 17:37 -0500, Marc Lindahl wrote:
>> On Nov 28, 2006, at 5:28 PM, Pavel Roskin wrote:
>> > I'd like to see buildroot become a distribution over time.
>> I thought buildroot was a distribution building system, not an actual
> OK, let's call it a distribution building system. Once Buildroot 1 is
> released and the work starts on Buildroot 2, Buildroot 1 needs to remain
> functional for some time.
> It could be updated for security, but updating it just to reflect
> changes on the Web (such as new download locations) would be too much
> Of course, the task of mirroring could be relegated to the creators of
> the specific distributions, but I think the buildroot project shouldn't
> miss an opportunity to become more relevant to the embedded community.
> There are cases when stability of the platform is highly desirable. If
> buildroot itself provides it, we'll see more people dealing with it
> directly rather than through distributions based on some old snapshot.
> Pavel Roskin
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