What I found looks to be a difference between libc6-dev packages on the
lucid version of ubunutu and libc6-dev on the oneiric version of ubuntu. Is
there specific c library I should be using for the host compile? Or should
I go to an older version of gcc? It is 4.4 on lucid and 4.6 on oneiric.
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 11:23 AM, Paul Wilhelm <bearcat.pilot(a)gmail.com>wrote:
On the machine that does compile, the following file is used:
This file has a copyright of 2002 from FSF.
This file does not try to use __u32, etc, and does not include other files
On the machine that fails to compile, the following file is used:
This file has a copyright of 1998 from FSF. This includes asm/sigcontext.h
which in turn includes linux/types.h before using __u32, etc. linux/types.h
includes asm/types.h (which in other other circumstance would include other
files that include the definition for __u32, etc.). With the asm/types.h in
target/include, things get broken.
I did some googling to find out how the /usr/include/bits directory gets
filled, what package might set that up, but, I did not find anything useful.