[uClibc] make:***[config] error 127 ./scripts/config/conf:command not found
argh at mail2Sail.com
Tue Aug 24 06:15:57 UTC 2004
Thanks Manuel, you were correct and busybox/scripts/config/conf is
glibc. As this box is uClibc only, I now need to find a
busybox????.tar.gz that is built with uClibc, correct ? The one I have
is 1.00 r2. Is there a different ver I should get or can you tell me how
to work around it ? I'm trying to keep this purely uClibc. Thanks so
>From: Manuel Novoa III
>Sent: 8/23/2004 1:04:45 PM
>To: argh at mail2Sail.com
>Cc: uclibc at uclibc.org
>Subject: Re: [uClibc] make:***[config] error 127
./scripts/config/conf:command not found
>On Sun, Aug 22, 2004 at 10:59:53PM -0700, Jim Schaffitz wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I have read the list but I'm unable to understand how the others
>> to me. I'm compiling with a 2.6.8 kernel built with uClibc and no
>> (or other) present. I'm trying to build busybox 1.00-r2. Make config
>> make menuconfig or make, (any make) all immediatly return:
>> make: ./scripts/config/conf: command not found
>> make: ***[config] error 127
>> This busybox (same tar) builds on my other (prod) glibc box. The
>> on (devl) box compiled the kernel just fine. The file
>> ./scripts/config/conf is there so I'm guessing something is being
>> that my devl box with only nClibc doesn't have but the prod box does.
>> Does anyone know what I need ? OR can anyone tell me how to track it
>> down ?
>> Thanks very much for any help and these fun things to play with.
>Try doing an ldd on scripts/config/conf. My guess is that it is an old
>copy built with glibc.
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