I'm trying to add a package to use with Ltib. the package is "winexe".
I've downloaded it from this link: http://sourceforge.net/projects/winexe/
I've followed LtibFaq page in this link: http://www.bitshrine.org/autodocs/LtibFaq.html
and the steps were:
1)downloading the package (from above link)
2)mv winexe-1.00.tar.gz /opt/freescale/pkgs/
4)cp dist/lfs-5.1/template/template.spec dist/lfs-5.1/winexe/winexe.spec
5)edit the winexe.spec file as attached. ad described in this link of the installation commands: http://whowhywhathow.blogspot.com/2011/04/winexe-to-run-code-on-windows-machines.html
6)ran ./ltib -m prep -p winexe --> succeeded
7)ran ./ltib -m scbuild -p winexe -->failed.
the terminal log is attached also in "terminal_log.txt" file.
i think it something with the dependencies path (python...) but i don't know how to point it to the correct path. (I've installed python with ltib so i have python 2.4 in my rootfs but winexe don't know about it....)
can someone please help me with this...
Original Attachment has been moved to: 281-winexe.spec
hi again everyone,
i really need help to adapt this package to my qsb in order to execute .exe file in a windows machin tat connected on lan to the qsb.
can someone please help with that?
well i think i got closer to the problem. i think that i need to adapt the .spec file to make the ./configure file make the "checking for ..." in ltib/rootfs instead of in my host fs. i thought so because the terminal plot (attached above) says something about python2.6 which is installed in my host bu only python2.4 (that ltib provided) is installed in ltib/roofs.
is that correct? if so how would you suggest to rewrite the .spec file ? if not what i need to do to use that wonderful pacakge that i haven't done yet...?!?!?
thanks for the replay.
i tried runing: sudo apt-get install python
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
python2.6 is already the newest version.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 3 not upgraded.
so it's not the python in the host it's something with the spec file,attached above, or configure file that points to python in the host in irregular location but i can't find it... i hoped someone will notice something in the files that i missed or that someone did it before, adding winexe to LTIB.
Krishna Pavan said:
Hi SnirNisim,Its asking for Python 2.6. /usr/bin refers to your Host.checking for python2.6... /usr/bin/python2.6 checking for python2.6-config... /usr/bin/python2.6-config checking working python module support... no configure: error: Python not found. Please install Python 2.x and its development headers/libraries.
Its asking for Python 2.6. /usr/bin refers to your Host.
checking for python2.6... /usr/bin/python2.6 checking for python2.6-config... /usr/bin/python2.6-config checking working python module support... no configure: error: Python not found. Please install Python 2.x and its development headers/libraries.