BDI my ass
ubuntu is the _real_ BDI
dam thing didn't even set up an internet connection
a reboot seems to have helped
really strange - installing vmware tools seems to bust the network
jepler: did you see the message from the guy with the non-working parport? I would have never thought to tell him to check that.
never underestimate the strange things that can happen
this is annoying
the default depos don't even have openssh!
duh, actually it does, but they call it ssh, not openssh
is there any straightforward way to get the list of packages needed to build cvs head?
(besides checking out and trying to run configure)
you can look at http://cvs.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/emc2/debian/control.in?rev=1.5
it's more-or-less current I think
I'm tempted to try the configure approach - to make sure that configure tests for all required pacakges
after all, thats what a (semi) naive user would do
(naive user would install a binary package)
crud - configure can't even find rtai
you have to use --with-rtai=something I think
yeah, which means you gotta find it yourself
look back at paul's rants, er, mails to the list
how does it work for ubuntu?
I think it just looks in the likely places
where is realtime in bdi?
I thought he uses /usr/realtime-`uname -r` just like us
what exactly is "realtime" in that question? the headers? the modules?
no rtai-config on the system??
find / -name rtai-config finds nothing
I bet you don't have the rtai dev stuff
separate packages probably
DIRS="/usr/realtime-`uname -r` /usr/realtime /usr /usr/src/rtai*"
I bet this finds it if you get it installed
installing rtai and rtai-dev-188.8.131.52-rtai will probably help
that brings in about 20 packages
well, the rest of this is gonna have to wait
I need to get up gawd awful early tomorrow to catch a plane
goodnight and safe trip then
goodnight to you
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