[kaffe] kafee-qt 1.0.7 for ipaq on a board like assabet

Sankalpa sgamwarige at sri.crossvue.com
Wed Jun 4 02:43:01 PDT 2003

Hi Dalibor

	First of all I must thank you for giving prompt replies and helping.

	I managed to crosscompile kaffe 1.0.7 for arm and able to run a simple
helloworld without any errors.

	Then I changed my configuration such that
./configure --with-x --host=arm-linux --prefix=/kaffe --with-awt=qt

(I have qt embedded 2.3.2)

	Now I found I can run hello world but not a simple awt application.

	It says that

BUG IN DYNAMIC LINKER ld.so: ../sysdeps/arm/dl-machine.h: 461:
elf_machine_lazy_rel: Assertion `((reloc->r_info) & 0xff) == 22' failed!

What may be the wrong?

Is it possible for me to statically link libawt.so with required
qt-2.3.2/lib.(In otherwords without needing qt/lib/*.so in my machine at
run time) 



On Wed, 2003-06-04 at 14:44, Dalibor Topic wrote:
> Hi sankalpa,
> --- Sankalpa Gamwarige <sgamwarige at sri.crossvue.com> wrote:
> > Are you sure you got that ipk file from kaffe.org?
> > 	No I downloaded from http://yamaguch.sytes.net/~tora/download/ipkg/
> then they could be able to help you better than we can ;) 
> If you are using binary packages, there is no way for us to figure out what
> modifications the packager made to the original sources, when they branched
> away from the CVS tree, what settings they compiled with etc. There are so many
> unknowns that you are better off asking the packager directly, who might even
> have seen your problems during his attempts to package the software. when that
> fails, grab the latest source from CVS, try again and please come back to
> report success or failure ;)
> > What's a winmanager?
> > 	its a qt application which does the window management.U can connect to it
> > if u donot wish to run u`r qt based 	application as a standard alone one.
> ah, so it's something different from QWS? Can't each application simply be it's
> own qws server?
> > ipk is tar.gz format in which another tar.gz files are resident to my
> > observation (data.tar.gz and control.tar.gz).
> so it's another packaging format for binaries for embedded (linux?) platforms.
> thanks for the information! and good luck tracking down the bug.
> cheers,
> dalibor topic
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