2008-11-09 22:20:04     error compiling u-boot

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2008-11-09 22:20:04     error compiling u-boot

Steven Rosenberg (UNITED STATES)

Message: 64894   

 

When compiling u-boot I get the following error

 

ln: creating symbolic link 'asm' : Operation not supported

make: *** [bf527-ezkit_config] Error 1

 

 

 

The host OS is ubuntu

The toolchain is :  Blackfin toolchainz : 08r1.5-14.i386

 

 

 

I attached strace output in the out.bz2 file

 

Any suggestions

 

out.bz2

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2008-11-09 22:49:02     Re: error compiling u-boot

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 64895   

 

make sure your source tree is not owned as root and you are running on a real filesystem

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2008-11-09 23:49:18     Re: error compiling u-boot

Steven Rosenberg (UNITED STATES)

Message: 64900   

 

That was it...thanks

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2008-11-10 15:27:05     Re: error compiling u-boot

Steven Rosenberg (UNITED STATES)

Message: 64970   

 

Ok I did what you said and it got a little further.  I have attached the ouput in two files.

 

The first has the make config and the second is just from running make

 

out.txt

cfgout.txt

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2008-11-10 15:42:38     Re: error compiling u-boot

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 64971   

 

you should make sure /bin/sh is a symlink to /bin/bash

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2008-11-10 17:17:51     Re: error compiling u-boot

Steven Rosenberg (UNITED STATES)

Message: 64974   

 

I created a symbolic link to bash

 

ln -s /bin/bash /bin/sh

 

...but the results were the same.  I have attached the output as before

 

cfgout.txt

out.txt

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2008-11-10 17:24:45     Re: error compiling u-boot

Steven Rosenberg (UNITED STATES)

Message: 64975   

 

I created a symbolic link to bash

 

ln -s /bin/bash /bin/sh

 

...but the results were the same.  I have attached the output as before

 

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I should have note that the symlnk /bin/sh was pointing to /bin/dash

 

I changed this to /bin/dash.

 

The linux dis is ubuntu and this is my first time using it.  Hopefully this wont break anything

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