build failure

Joel Sherrill joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com
Tue Jun 20 15:33:26 UTC 2006

Jerry Needell wrote:

> Joel - where can I find the rpm for the rtems patched automake-1.9.6?  
> Do you know what patches were applied to create it?


There is an RPMS, SRPMS, and SOURCES directory under there.

Other RPMs are one directory up at:


This is a list of the SPARC specific and autotools RPMs I have 
installed.  I have not done
enough testing on the gcc 4.1.1 RPMs to feel comfortable about putting 
them on the ftp site
but I am close to that point.

bash-3.00$ rpm -qg RTEMS/4.7 | grep sparc
bash-3.00$ rpm -qg RTEMS/4.7 | grep  auto

> I am trying to build from  CVS. I'll give the tarball a try later  
> today to see if that makes a difference.

> - Jerry
> On Jun 20, 2006, at 10:57 AM, Joel Sherrill wrote:
>> Ralf Corsepius wrote:
>>> On Tue, 2006-06-20 at 09:36 -0400, Jerry Needell wrote:
>>>> I am trying to build the sparc (leon2 and leon3 ) bsps from the  
>>>> CVS head and I get the error below. I obtained the tree via CVS  
>>>> then ran .bootstrap and tried to build.
>>>> syscall.o was created, but it was in the ..../libcpu/sparc  
>>>> subdirectory, not in  .....libcpu/sparc/syscall as the Makefile  
>>>> seems to expect.
>>>> any suggestions about the cause?
>>> Probably using vanilla automake, instead of using the rtems- patched 
>>> automake.
>>> Are you building from CVS or from the tarball? If the latter applies,
>>> the tarball probably is broken.
>> I assume CVS head since his first line said that.  The automake  
>> looks like the culprit.
>> I have no outstanding changes in my source tree and those built  
>> yesterday afternoon
>> local time.
>>> Ralf

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