X-Linux Install Package
Hi at all,
i have a big problem with the distro in the object, this distro run on a embedded machines, and this is 10mb on the hdd.
My problem is, when i want to install one package, the command :
apt-get, dpkg, yum, rpm....
don't work... command not found
How to install one of this with tar.gz without make command ?
(gcc isn't installed!)
ps. wget works! but make don't work!
Welcome to the forums!
Originally Posted by mattiaxx86to
You have to have one of the package tools that you mentioned above installed if you want to use it to install packages. It's also preferable that it is the one that was actually meant for the distribution that you are running. Each of those package tools uses a certain kind of package for that particular package tool and they don't install tarballs. You can find a HowTo for installing software with both, package tools and from source, here:
Thanks for the welcome! ;)
This distro don't have a package tools, for this i want to install gcc manually (how?) and after install a package tools, if you want to see the components of this distro look at this address... and if you want please help me.:-)
Ops i can't post a url, search x-linux on google thanks!
Originally Posted by ozar
If you look in the x-linux manual, under "Install Your Program", it suggests compiling apps on a different system and manually installing the binaries et al to the embedded system. (In their example, they have an ftp server running to upload their programs to x-linux.)
Download link for manual on this site:
Ok, but if i want to install a driver for a card,
make and make install don't work because gcc isn't installed,
and if i make this on a different machine an transfer this on the embedded pc can't work because it's making for a 686 pc, and the system is a 486 pc...
you can cross compile on some other platform for your target platform, there you will set flags in gcc
How can i start : make for a i486 cpu? one example please?
Because i want to install a module for a pci card, but without gcc, make, apt-get yum i don't say......