[Uronode] Todays uronode-2.2 compilation...
n1uro at gmx.com
Thu Oct 2 15:10:50 CDT 2014
> flexd.c:13:33: fatal error: netax25/kernel_ax25.h: No such file or
> compilation terminated.
> make: *** [flexd.o] Error 1
I must have shipped the wrong flexd.c.... ugh! Thanks! I'll have to
> flexd: FAILED! - perhaps you didn't want flexnet?
> This is not an error if you chose NO to flexnet.
> This only means the flexnet daemon binary was not found.
> Process complete!
That would be correct.
> 7. I Made 3 following symlinks:
> - ln
> -s /usr/include/netax25/ax25.h /usr/include/netax25/kernel_ax25.h
> - ln
> -s /usr/include/netrom/netrom.h /usr/include/netrom/kernel_netrom.h
> - ln
> -s /usr/include/netrose/rose.h /usr/include/netrose/kernel_rose.h
No need to have done that. It would have been easier to change it in
> 10. Time to make upgrade, which ended with following messages:
> install -m 644 -p uronode.conf /etc/ax25
> install: cannot stat `uronode.conf': No such file or directory
> make: *** [upgrade] Error 1
> sp2lob at linux:/tmp/uronode-2.2#
It refused to overwrite previous .conf file - in a way this is good. One
single line needs to be added.
> Final question, why this message:
> "install: cannot stat `uronode.conf': No such file or directory"
> if everything is where it is supposed to be, please?
You need to add a line in uronode.conf:
RoseId sp2lob-#@########## or you can use the word: none
> Now, when I have all new binaries and supporting files in place,
> time to fire-up newly compiled uronode-2.1!!!
> Hope to see it working smoothly, as previous relese!
You mean 2.2?
> As the last, in February this year when compiling something
> (do not remember what) on my desktop PC amd_x86_64 running also
> Debian-7.5 I've got to make three exactly same symlinks!!!
Older software looks for the old header files, so symlinks would be your
> Apologizes for quite long post,
> but I think it may be of some use for others too.
Yes it is, and you found an error where I submitted the wrong flexd.c
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