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  • m68k-uclinux-gcc: No such file or directory

    Ignore! Should be in Linux SDK forum.

    Hello,

    With SDK 2.0.0.2 installed on Xubuntu 11.04 running on VMware player.
    The installation process went quite smoothly.

    The quick test for compiler availability fails:

    Code:
    ~/lantronix$ . env_m68k-uclinux 
    ~/lantronix$ m68k-uclinux-gcc
    bash: /home/piotr/lantronix/toolchains/freescale-coldfire-4.4/bin/m68k-uclinux-gcc: No such file or directory
    The compiler is were expected:

    Code:
    ~/lantronix$ cd toolchains/freescale-coldfire-4.4/bin
    ~/lantronix/toolchains/freescale-coldfire-4.4/bin$ ls -l m68k-uclinux-gcc
    -rwxr-xr-x 2 piotr piotr 210288 2009-10-11 14:36 m68k-uclinux-gcc
    ~/lantronix/toolchains/freescale-coldfire-4.4/bin$ ./m68k-uclinux-gcc
    bash: ./m68k-uclinux-gcc: No such file or directory
    Any ideas?

    Best Regards,
    Piotr
    Last edited by piotr; 09-03-2011, 05:42 PM. Reason: Should be posted in Linux SDK forum.

  • #2
    Follow the steps:

    1.- Delete files in /tftpboot
    2.- Delete files in /linuxsdk/linux/images/

    1.- cd /linuxsdk
    2.- make menuconfig
    3.- . env_m68k-uclinux
    Change configuration Kernel and Add/delete Apps, exit and OK
    4.- make

    In Dbug

    1.- Set server 192.168.1.100
    (It is the IP of the Cimputer running VMWARE, type ifconfig to know it)
    2.- Set autoboot net

    Restart

    Open with telnet in you computer user: root, pass: PASS

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