NTPsec on OpenSwitch
srinivasan.srivatsan at hpe.com
Tue Jan 12 19:15:33 UTC 2016
I was able to compile/build/install ntpsec locally on my ubuntu vm. But when I try and configure ntpsec using a yocto environment which uses ntpsec.bb recipe am unable to do so. For this I have detailed how and where it has failed, below is the snippet of the conversation for that. Only when we have this ‘waf configure’ step corrected, we’ll be able to use ntpsec with the yocto environment which openswitch uses. That’s where I need help from NTPsec-devel.
Snippet from previous conversation:
One major issue I see when enabling the NTPsec recipe with my build process is when doing the “waf configure” step it fails. I see it internally calls a configuration script to check the compiler. For checking the compiler it generates a C file, compiles it and tries to execute to find get a specific value from the executable. Currently I see it fail at the last step, because it fails to execute the generated executable with “No such file or directory”. I’ve posted the build/config.log file and ldd,readelf,objdump for the testbuild/testprog which is created in this process. Could you please provide pointers on how to fix this. Link to paste bin: http://pastebin.com/raw/AJBMpqsb
Recipe file is located at: https://review.openswitch.net/#/c/2991/
On 1/11/16, 9:49 PM, "Hal Murray" <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:
>srinivasan.srivatsan at hpe.com said:
>> Sorry for the confusion. I was referring to ‘waf configure’ which is part of
>> the build process. What I meant was instead of ‘checking C compiler’ or any
>> of the other binaries/libraries ‘waf configure’ step would check for. Would
>> it be possible to provide a config file which it can take instead of
>> ‘running’ a test executable and finding the info out.
>I don't know how to do that.
>What is the real problem? It normally doesn't take long enough that anybody
>has investigated avoiding that step.
>If you have edited some source file(s), you don't need to run configure
>again. "waf build" will re-compile/link what is appropriate.
>These are my opinions. I hate spam.
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