[oe] problems doing bitbake task-base

Luís Cargnini lvcargnini at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 16:48:00 UTC 2007

Please can add the Gentoo patch as suggested ?
I emailed the list some days ago, this will make perl compile in any system
without errors I suppose

On 6/13/07, Jamie Lenehan <lenehan at twibble.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 13, 2007 at 11:40:51PM -0300, Luís Cargnini wrote:
> > thanks for your answers
> > So why OE perl-native isn't compiling for me ???
> Because perl-native is compiled with your hosts's compiler, and you have a
> version of linux-headers (I think that's what gentoo calls them) that has
> removed /usr/include/asm/page.h
> I *think* this was removed and then re-added back later on (since so much
> stuff includes this header). In which case updating linux-headers on your
> system to a later version should fix it.
> If I'm wrong on this I can remove the need for it from perl, but I need to
> make sure I don't break perl-native on other systems if I do that.
> > and perl-native use my host kernel ? probably not, because in this case
> we
> > won't have problem with page.h ? I'm right ?
> It doesn't use your kernel headers, but the linux-headers, which are
> generated from the kernel headers. So the version of linux-headers is not
> usually related to the version of the kernel that you are using.
> > And how to fix this ???
> Try the latest gentoo linux-headers package (or an older version). If that
> doesn't work then wait for me to test and remove it from the perl-native
> in
> OE.
> --
> Jamie Lenehan <lenehan at twibble.org>

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