[mythtv-users] Possible a dumb cross compile question
aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Fri Sep 10 11:29:22 EDT 2004
First, make sure the processors have something in common (i.e. don't
run a SPARC backend with a 286 front end or something like that).
I am going to assume they're both Intel/AMD.
If the packages are all compiled for the lowest common instruction
set, you shouldn't have a problem. It would be safest to compile for
i386 instructions (unless of course your front end is a 286 or
lower.... then shoot yourself).
You're going to have to look into how to do this, as I don't have the
time to explain... seeing as you're unsure about this question yet
you're compiling things, I'm assuming you're on Gentoo... there should
be a architecture setting in make.conf (is that right?) switch it from
your proc to 386 (check the documentation).
Let me know what happens 8)
On Fri, 10 Sep 2004 16:58:42 +0200, Asciimonster
<asciimonster at myrealbox.com> wrote:
> Ryan Steffes wrote:
> >I've working on setting up a fairly slow dumb front end with a
> >powerful backend. Is there anything particularly wrong about
> >compiling all the modules on the backend and just running 'make
> >install' for them on the front end?
> If the dependancies of the mythfrontend are not present at the frontend
> computer, yes there is. Also the compiler optimises for the processor
> type, so that could also be a problem.
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