2010-06-16 16:14:47     2009R1.4 netflash w/ HMAC_MD5 doesn't build

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2010-06-16 16:14:47     2009R1.4 netflash w/ HMAC_MD5 doesn't build

Andrew Kohlsmith (CANADA)

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It can't find openssl/sha.h. The file exists both on the host (/usr/include/openssl/sha.h) as well as in the uClinux-dist (lib/libssl/openssl-0.9.8k/include/openssl/sha.h). I've tried building both with openssl forced to build and normally, but the error is the same.

 

Is this a known issue? Is there a workaround?

 

-A.

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2010-06-16 16:32:43     Re: 2009R1.4 netflash w/ HMAC_MD5 doesn't build

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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there is no "2009R1.4" release

 

the host setup (/usr/include/) doesnt matter.  you dont want the cross-compiler looking in there.

 

the local build dir in lib/libssl/ also doesnt matter.  you need to enable the libssl package so it is compiled & installed into the staging directory.

 

as for netflash, no one really uses that package

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2010-06-16 16:47:57     Re: 2009R1.4 netflash w/ HMAC_MD5 doesn't build

Andrew Kohlsmith (CANADA)

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bah you're right, I meant 2009R1.1-RC4.

 

Nobody uses netflash anymore? Is there a running list of utils that are on their way out, and what their current replacements are? Half the trouble with uClinux is figuring out which bits should be coming from BusyBox, which from standalone utils, which utils are no longer maintained and which should have been removed ages ago.

 

What do the cool kids use for netflash nowadays?

 

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2010-06-16 17:06:17     Re: 2009R1.4 netflash w/ HMAC_MD5 doesn't build

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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the MTD layers in the kernel already take care of erasing/writing blocks, so a dedicated app isnt really needed anymore

 

so to write a new u-boot to mtd0, you could simply do:

cat u-boot.bin > /dev/mtdblock0

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