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A maintained and still updated list archive can be found at https://firstname.lastname@example.org/.Arslan Anjum arslan.anj at gmail.com
The error was actually sillier than I expected. I copied the arm-elf-toolchain from a friend and I didn't change the access level before using it. A simple "chmod 777 ___" command did the trick. Arslan On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 8:04 PM, Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se> wrote: > A: Because it is backwards, confusing and doesn't make sense. > Q: Why should I never top-post? > > Arslan Anjum wrote: >> >> I can't compile after the last pull. >> > >> > Your build is using a host library for the target binary build, which >> > of course can't work. >> >> How do I fix that? > > By giving the build commands parameters that are appropriate for how > you have arranged the many different components on your system. > > If you have no clue about how the build commands work then probably > you have to start with studying that for a while. Key words are > autoconf, automake and libtool, sometimes collectively called autotools. > > > //Peter >