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hello everyone I try to cross compile udev-160 for arm. I work on a PC i386 with the Debian system. I started by running "configure" script to generate the makefile: ...
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    cross compiling udev


    hello everyone

    I try to cross compile udev-160 for arm.
    I work on a PC i386 with the Debian system.
    I started by running "configure" script to generate the makefile:

    $./configure --host=arm-linux

    but I obtain the following error :

    checking for acl_init in -lacl... no
    configure: error: libacl not found

    when I try to installa libacl1-dev :

    #apt-get install libacl1-dev

    it seems that this library is already installed in my workstation.

    could you help me please ?

    thanks
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    I have never cross compiled udev, but it sounds like your problem is that you need to first cross compile libacl. The library you apt-got sounds like an x86 or x86_64 image. Once you cross compile your library, check your ./configure arguments for paths to dependant libraries like libacl.

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