[Buildroot] 2009.02-rc2 released
jacmet at uclibc.org
Mon Jan 26 05:54:13 UTC 2009
>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Jones <paul.jones at iwtech.com.au> writes:
Paul> Ulf Samuelsson wrote:
>> Now it works, regardless if you have X or not.
>> so we and the user do not have to choose.
>> If X is available you have a better experience.
Paul> I should just point out that my build system is a Gentoo64
Paul> server via SSH, my desktop is usually Windows. I'd much prefer
Paul> to use X myself but don't relay have a choice.
Exactly. We've heard from other people using a similar setup.
Menuconfig obviously works as we use it in buildroot, so that's the
safe choice for kernel config as well.
Paul> As a newbie here I tend to need as much help as I can get! When
Paul> the build crashed and complained about QT missing I thought I'd
Paul> accidentally added some X package into buildroot, it was only
Paul> after a few hours of doing step by step builds that I figured
Paul> out it must have been running xconfig rather than
Paul> menuconfig. Once I disabled the kernel it compiled first go,
Paul> which is still a lot further than I got when I first tried
Paul> buildroot a few months ago!
Paul> Keep up the good work guys!
Bye, Peter Korsgaard
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