[ELDK] Eldk support for Feisty?
nasus.maximos at gmail.com
Tue Apr 21 23:44:19 CEST 2009
When I tried using ELDK 4.0 in Kubuntu I had some trouble because '/
bin/sh' in *ubuntu points do Dash instead of Bash. By changing the
symbolic link to bash everything worked fine.
Removing /bin/sh fucks everything up! So, to change the link safely,
be *very* careful, and use ln -f /bin/bash /bin/sh instead of rm/ln
I don't know if this is your case, but it might help.
On Apr 21, 2009, at 6:38 PM, Wolfgang Denk wrote:
> Dear Thomas,
> In message <656007348A59E84A9305B881FCFF151801E4865D at XMBIL123.northgrum.com
> > you wrote:
>> I am running 9.04 right now and trying to install eldk. To of my
>> developers are running 8.10 and installed with no problem. Of
>> course, I
>> being different, went for the 9.04 Feisty. When trying to install, I
>> get the following (verbose).
> What does "uname -a" say on your system? Are you running a 64 bit
> system? If yes, did you install the 32 bit lcompatibility libraries?
>> sh: /home/tom/eldk/bin/rpm: Permission denied
> What do you get when running these commands:
> ls -l /home/tom/eldk/bin/rpm
> file /home/tom/eldk/bin/rpm
> file /usr/bin/awk
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