[Buildroot] xorg-server not using target cflags

Peter Korsgaard jacmet at uclibc.org
Sat Nov 27 21:25:03 UTC 2010


>>>>> "Matt" == Matt Johnson <mj1856 at hotmail.com> writes:

 Matt> Hello,
 
 Matt> I'm relatively new to buildroot, but I've had some recent success
 Matt> with most of the system.  However, I have been having problems
 Matt> getting X to run on my target platform, which is a custom s3c2410
 Matt> board. Trying to run Xfbdev always caused an Illegal Instruction
 Matt> error.
 
 Matt> I'm using a CodeSourcery external toolchain, and it requires
 Matt> -march=armv4t to be supplied, or it builds with armv5t
 Matt> instructions by default.  This hasn't been a problem for most
 Matt> packages, but I found that for the xserver_xorg-server package,
 Matt> none of the CFLAGS were being set properly.
 
 Matt> I found that the
 Matt> /package/x11r7/xserver_xorg-server/xserver_xorg-server.mk file
 Matt> has overridden the CFLAGS to include the pixman-1 library.  In
 Matt> doing so, it appear that the regular CFLAGS are no longer passed
 Matt> along.  I was able to fix this by including $(TARGET_CFLAGS) as
 Matt> well.  This seems like the best way to resolve the problem
 Matt> properly.
 
 
 Matt> I no longer get the Illegal Instruction error, and it appears to launch X properly now.
 
 
 Matt> Assuming this fix is ok, please apply the following patch to buildroot to close this bug.

Thanks, committed. Could you in the future use unified diffs (diff -u),
please? - Or even better use git and 'git format-patch'.

-- 
Bye, Peter Korsgaard


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