[Buildroot] SUDO download error

Tim Barr tbarr at multitech.com
Mon Feb 18 14:27:18 UTC 2008

Well I reverted the sudo buildroot code and found a copy of
1.6.8p12.tar.gz on a sudo mirror site and downloaded it manually to my
install directory. The next file with an issue was which-2.16.tar.gz. I
manually downloaded this file and got past the error. Then it failed
trying to copy the file at91sam9260pf-flashboot-2.4.bin to directory
/tftpboot, which does not exist on my machine. So I created the
directory and gave it full permissions. Now I have 3 files in the
buildroot/binaries directory (a flashboot .bin, a linux .gz, and a
rootfs .ext2 file). I did seem to get some sort of error though:
make[1]: Entering directory

-uclibc-gcc -Os -pipe
-isysroot /home/falingtrea/buildroot/build_arm_wchar/staging_dir -c -O2
-g -Wall -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DVERSION=\"3.1.9\" -DETCDIR=\"/etc\"
-DLFILE=\"/var/lib/atjobs/.SEQ\" -Wall atd.c

atd.c:498:2: error: #error "No mail command specified."

make[1]: *** [atd.o] Error 1

Does buildroot tell you whether it finishes? Or do I just assume that if
I see no errors that buildroot was successful? 

Timothy Barr
Hardware Development Engineer
for Multi-Tech Systems, Inc.
 <mailto:tbarr at multitech.com> tbarr at multitech.com 
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