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Compiling the jevois-sdk from scratch ERROR
/bin/mkdir -p '/home/keen/jevois-sdk/out/sun8iw5p1/linux/common/buildroot/host/usr/bin'
/bin/bash ./libtool --mode=install /usr/bin/install -c faked '/home/keen/jevois-sdk/out/sun8iw5p1/linux/common/buildroot/host/usr/bin'
libtool: install: /usr/bin/install -c faked /home/keen/jevois-sdk/out/sun8iw5p1/linux/common/buildroot/host/usr/bin/faked
*** ERROR: package host-fakeroot installs executables without proper RPATH:
package/pkg-generic.mk:211: recipe for target '/home/keen/jevois-sdk/out/sun8iw5p1/linux/common/buildroot/build/host-fakeroot-1.20.2/.stamp_host_installed' failed
make: *** [/home/keen/jevois-sdk/out/sun8iw5p1/linux/common/buildroot/build/host-fakeroot-1.20.2/.stamp_host_installed] Error 1
Makefile:41: recipe for target '_all' failed
make: *** [_all] Error 2
make: Leaving directory '/home/keen/jevois-sdk/buildroot'
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hum, have you tried looking up the error in google? maybe a problem related to symlinks in the path of your install?
Are you trying to run the "easy install" or really from scratch (compile the compilers, etc)?
I tried running "easy install" with remove "out" directory OR running scratch ,get the same result.
Here are two temporary fixes. As noted here and in other threads, problems arise because the user name (ilab) that we used to precompile many of the files in the jevois-sdk gets hardwired into some scripts, libraries, etc which then fail when another user is attempting to build a microSD image.
Option 1: Create a user named ‘ilab’ on your linux box, and run the easy install in that user’s account. You should be able to follow the EASY INSTALL OPTION of
and get everything setup and be able to flash new microSD cards.
Option 2: This takes a while to run and does require some manual intervention, but all steps are outlined and should be easy to follow. Basically, you will rebuild the JeVois operating system partially from scratch, which will eliminate the dependence on the hardcoded user name.
rm -rf out
and then follow the instructions starting at line 302 of
We just tested it here using a different username and it worked fine. We will try to find a better solution soon. Maybe not all of the out/ directory has to be nuked.
I forgot, make sure you also rebuild jevois and jevoisbase since they got nuked in the process:
cd ~/jevois && git pull && ./rebuild-platform.sh
cd ~/jevoisbase && git pull && ./rebuild-platform.sh -DJEVOIS_MODULES_TO_BUILDROOT=ON
cd ~/jevois-sdk && git pull && ./jevois-build.sh -y /dev/sdX
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