So I am trying to add QT embedded to my root file system using ltib. With the other packages I simply select them, run ltib, and no problems (it adds them to the rootfs). However, when I tried the QT embedded it had errors in finding the package at the www.bitshrine.org. (qt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.6.0.tar.gz). I manually checked and sure enough its gone.
After some googling - I saw where one said that I could simply go get this package myself and put it in the /opt/freescale/pkgs directory and re-run tlib. I did this but then I get a lot of errors with it can find the libraries (like libpng, etc...). I verified the libraries do in fact exist. It also gives a warning of:
"Build path taken because: directory build, no prebuilt rpm," and
"You have not explicitly asked to use pkg-config and are cross-compiling."
Do I need to specify in the spec file or other? where the libraries live - or is there a better way of doing this?