configure apt-get to find RTEMS build tools
daveerickson at shaw.ca
Mon Oct 7 18:42:48 UTC 2013
This is a repost from the Ubuntu forums, I thought I would ask this
community: I'm trying to get apt-get to find the RTEMS build chain
tools inside your repository. I'm new to Ubuntu - but not Linux- so I
would appreciate if someone explain what I need to do to configure apt-get:
I know it's my configuration problem, I looked at the ROS project ubuntu
folders and they are set up exactly like yours. So no trouble there.
I read on the debian site that sources.list files are where you tell
apt-get to find packages and releases so I made an rtems-4.11.list file
inside sources.list.d as:
I then ran apt-get and this was the output from apt-get install
dave at fury:/tmp$ sudo apt-get install rtems-4.11-autoconf
[sudo] password for dave:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package rtems-4.11-autoconf
E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'rtems-4.11-autoconf'
This may also be pertinent that autoconf is located at:
Maintainer: Ralf Corsépius <ralf.corsepius at rtems.org>
Depends: m4 (>= 1.4.13)
SHA256: d25919f32be76f0f8b7a053307c7705e8dfd0c9fb246651253 b4068b8efe0bb3
Description: Tool for automatically generating GNU style Makefile.ins
GNU's Autoconf is a tool for configuring source code and Makefiles.
Using Autoconf, programmers can create portable and configurable
packages, since the person building the package is allowed to
specify various configuration options.
You should install Autoconf if you are developing software and you'd
like to use it to create shell scripts which will configure your
source code packages.
Note that the Autoconf package is not required for the end user who
may be configuring software with an Autoconf-generated script;
Autoconf is only required for the generation of the scripts, not
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