On 18/05/2012 08:15, Kai Blin wrote:
On 2012-05-17 14:06, Andrew Bartlett wrote: Hi Mike,I've CC'ed Kai, who is our expert on Samba4 on ARM. Hopefully he can help you out.I have to admit that so far I've resorted to building natively on the ARM hardware I run things on. You need a target Python version in your path, and cross-compiling Python has so far been a stumbling block for me. The dreamplug is a Kirkwood-based ARMv5, right? With a reasonably fast disk, I can build on similar hardware in ~2 hours, iirc. Make sure you have enough RAM, the build takes> 128 megs. HTH, Kai
Hi Kai,I thought I'd give the cross-compile route a further try. To that end, I've a cross-compiled python and so have it available to put in my path. However, If I put the 'arm' version at the head of my path, configure fails immediately as it tries to use it and if I put it at the tail of my path, then during the configure process, configure finds the native python and tries to use it, which fails.
Is/are there any configure options to specify which python to use and when? I guess not.
The configure doesn't want to play nice with distcc either, again due to the python issue I guess.
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