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The content of this topic has been archived on 3 May There are no obvious gaps in this topic, but there may still be some posts missing at the end. I recently found myself in the position of wanting to cross-compile a simple program to run on a router running OpenWrt.
Unfortunately, I found the existing documentation, especially the existing wiki entry, very frustrating to follow. After considerable time wading through multiple previous forum posts and going though a lengthy process of trial-and-error I finally got my code compiling.
It occurred to me that someone else might be having similar difficulties, so I wrote a short tutorial on how to cross-compile code for OpenWrt. Excellent tutorial.
That is how it should be done - even a newbie like me can follow this. I have just updated my tutorial with a new section.
The url of the tutorial is the same as before, and is listed above. The first older part of the tutorial describes how to write and compile a simple C application for OpenWrt. A detailed explanation of how to do this is covered in the new section of my tutorial.
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However, this only works in Kamikaze. Also, I recently discovered that if you are running Kamikaze, the best solution is to just install the libstdcpp package, which is unavailable for White Russian. If you are running Kamikaze and have the libstdcpp package installed, the above-mentioned flags are unnecessary since you can just link to the standard library. Therefore, it's rather important that the code listed here works in White Russian -- it's the only instance when it's really necessary!
WR is obsolete and no longer developed. Not only the Makefiles e. Just because White Russian is no longer being developed doesn't mean there aren't plenty of us still running it.
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My goal in writing this tutorial is to demonstrate how to write a SIMPLE program for OpenWrt, not how to port large complex programs or do serious development.
I'd imagine there are still people who either A are using White Russian and want to compile small, simple programs for their own use or B want to make sure their new package is backwards compatible. Im one of those people - I got going with my OpenWRT adventure only a week and a half ago wondering about finally getting to that home automation project, so far I've done over a Siemens SE, upgraded the ram to 32MB and booting off the USB Flash plus 2 USB serial adaptors and everything seems to be running very well.
White Russian is the supported platform and that's fine for me as I dont need to be pioneering, I just need a stable platform to accomplish a simple application for now.
Send a few X10 commands, read a few, throw a few packets over the network, send an SMS etc etc.
I did get through the SDK how to, and got it compiling but I have to admit it took me a good few hours and I havent even stopped to think about what standard libraries I might need to include and how, so its REALLY good to see this tutorial!! Ive set up a dev machine running ubuntu and eclipse cdt, though eclipse is just working as a fancy text editor, would be nice to see a guide on getting eclipse to produce an ipkg when you hit build.
The result always at ipkg "An error occured, return value: 4. Any idea? When ipkg exits with a return value of 4 it means that it couldn't find a valid.
Are you sure you properly copied the file to the router and that the file path you passed ipkg is the right one? If this is definitely not the problem, send me ericpaulbishop at gmail. I realize the code is in the tutorial, but if you have changed it in any way a small detail may be the problem.
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However, I should mention that I do not have access to a linksys NSLU2, so if the problem is hardware specific though I really doubt this is the case I probably won't be able to help. The copy problem was my first think too. I try'd copy the. Next I try'd ipkg install with relative and absolute path.
The result are same.
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If I specify wrong filename or wrong path I got a "No such file" message. The difference only I use Kamikaze 7. So you never make executable binary for arm or ixp4 based hardver eg. This mean you need 64bit processor and linux to make package for. I have once again updated my tutorial. I made a few minor tweaks to the first two parts including emphasizing the necessity of removing any i object file generated from testing locally before copying the code to the SDK directory for cross-compiling.
My tutorial has moved.
I recently released a new web interface for OpenWrt called Gargoyle, and I've moved my programming tutorial to the official Gargoyle website. If you read, you will see his work is in the gargoyle site, sooo Hi, I am trying to compile the simple C example. I have Ubuntu I have updated my tutorial to reflect this simpler solution for those running Kamikaze.
Some result. Tahk's to ebishop. The src directory must not contain any compiled binary file!
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Remove it before do any make. Woder full, excellent howto!!! Thanks very, very much ebishop Last edited by fofware on 8 Jan , It works, great!!! I cant find a solution. Please help!!!