[flashrom] Compiling from source on Chromebook:GalliumOS - can't get libusb?
nico.h at gmx.de
Wed Nov 8 11:03:53 CET 2017
On 07.11.2017 23:44, Anders Nelson wrote:
> root at chrx:/home/chrx/Github/flashrom# make clean
Doing such things as root is very discouraged.
> Replacing all version templates with v0.9.9-86-ge1a960e.
> rm -f flashrom flashrom.exe libflashrom.a *.o *.d flashrom.8
> flashrom.8.html build_details.txt
> make: Entering directory
> rm -f ich_descriptors_tool ich_descriptors_tool.exe
> rm -rf .dep .obj
> make: Leaving directory
> [...build completes without error...]
Well, like Stefan said, this is the part that could have told me
that libftdi is already installed.
> root at chrx:/home/chrx/Github/flashrom# flashrom -p ft2232_spi
> flashrom v0.9.9-rc1-r1942 on Linux 4.9.4-galliumos-braswell (x86_64)
> flashrom is free software, get the source code at https://flashrom.org
> Error: Unknown programmer "ft2232_spi". Valid choices are:
> internal, dummy, nic3com, nicrealtek, gfxnvidia, drkaiser, satasii, atavia,
> it8212, serprog, buspirate_spi, dediprog, rayer_spi, pony_spi, nicintel,
> nicintel_spi, nicintel_eeprom, ogp_spi, satamv, linux_spi, pickit2_spi,
> Please run "flashrom --help" for usage info.
I could have seen this earlier... you are not calling your self-built
flashrom at all. You call the one pre-installed by GalliumOS. If you
want to run a binary that is not in a directory in your $PATH envi-
ronment variable, you have to prefix it with a path, e.g. `./flashrom
-p ft2232_spi` if you want to run the flashrom in the current directory.
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