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how to cross-compile iptables for android (ARM : Cortext-A architecture using Sourcery_G++_Lite_for_ARM_GNU_Linux. i tried the method given in Charles Blog: Porting MINI2440 this blog. and when i "Test the shell ...
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    [SOLVED] how to cross-compile iptables for android?


    how to cross-compile iptables for android (ARM : Cortext-A architecture using Sourcery_G++_Lite_for_ARM_GNU_Linux. i tried the method given in

    Charles Blog: Porting MINI2440

    this blog. and when i "Test the shell scripts" i get error saying "no input files". what must be the error and how can i do this?

    I also tried to use BuildRoot but coudn't do it, and i dont know much about builtroot, and there is no proper documentation to how to do it.

    please someone help with some definite method.

    thanks.

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    According to this post at groups.google.com IPtables is already part of the Android system, and you should not need to cross-compile it.

    If you want to modify "iptables" for Android, you need to be more specific. Which command did you execute, what was the error message?

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    I dropped that idea. I am trying to compile Android Source, with full iptables functionality enabled.

    Anyways thankyou very much for giving time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by preetb123 View Post
    I dropped that idea. I am trying to compile Android Source, with full iptables functionality enabled.

    Anyways thankyou very much for giving time!
    You're welcome! Don't forget to add "[SOLVED]" to the subject heading of this thread.

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