[Barrelfish-users] Building the latest release
licai at pku.edu.cn
Mon Apr 1 18:25:51 CEST 2013
No, I have checked it.
In fact, I have tried both cases, including having the libghc6-parsec2-dev and not.
Is there any thing to do with virtualbox? I am running on virtualbox, trying both ubuntu 12.04 and 12.10.
For non-virtualbox one, I only tried 12.04.
And I am also wondering why there are no *.o.depend files after hake succeed?
----- Original Message -----
From: Kornilios Kourtis <kornilios.kourtis at inf.ethz.ch>
To: 李才 <licai at pku.edu.cn>
Sent: Mon, 01 Apr 2013 23:58:38 +0800 (CST)
Subject: Re: [Barrelfish-users] Building the latest release
On Mon, Apr 01, 2013 at 11:46:54PM +0800, 李才 wrote:
> Hi Kornilios,
> Thanks for your reply.
> But I have already installed the libghc-parsec3-dev on Ubuntu 12.10, using `sudo apt-get libghc-parsec3-dev`.
> It still does not work.
> Is there any thing wrong if I use apt-get to install it?
Using apt-get install should be fine.
More of a long shot, but are there any other versions of the parsec
library in your system? (e.g., libghc6-parsec2-dev). Are they installed?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Kornilios Kourtis <kornilios.kourtis at inf.ethz.ch>
> To: 李才 <licai at pku.edu.cn>
> Cc: barrelfish-users at lists.inf.ethz.ch
> Sent: Mon, 01 Apr 2013 23:35:41 +0800 (CST)
> Subject: Re: [Barrelfish-users] Building the latest release
> Hi Richard,
> On Mon, Apr 01, 2013 at 08:31:56PM +0800, 李才 wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am building the barrelfish-12e657e0ed48(release2013-03-22) these days, but there is a problem.
> > The Hake procedure seems ok, but when it comes to `make`, it can not find some files("***.o.depend").
> > Has anyone met the similar problem? Why it does not work?
> > Regards
> > Richard
> > *****************************************************
> > 1.My building environment is:
> > 1) ubuntu 12.10/12.04 both tried
> > 2) ghc-7.4.1
> > 3) Parsec 3.1
> > 4) ghc-paths-0.1.0.8
> > 5) gcc 4.5/4.6/4.7 all tried.
> > 2.This some of the output by `make`:
> > Makefile:83499: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86/rtc.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83518: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86/timing.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83537: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86/startup_x86.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83556: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86/mcheck.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83575: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86/ipi_notify.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83591: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86_64/boot.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83607: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86_64/entry.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83623: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86/init_ap_x86_64.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:83639: x86_64/kernel/arch/x86/init_ap_x86_32.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:87361: x86_64/trace_definitions/trace_defs.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > Makefile:87388: x86_64/errors/errno.o.depend: No such file or directory
> > ghc -i../tools/fugu -odir ./tools/tools/fugu -hidir ./tools/tools/fugu -rtsopts=all --make ../tools/fugu/Main.lhs -o ./tools/bin/fugu -i../tools/fof
> > ../tools/fugu/Parser.hs:24:8:
> > Could not find module `Text.ParserCombinators.Parsec.Language'
> > Use -v to see a list of the files searched for.
> > make: *** [tools/bin/fugu] Error 1
> I'm guessing this the problem. Can you try installing the parsec library
> for ghc? In debian, for example, it's the libghc-parsec3-dev package.
> > 3.This is the Hake output:
> > lc at licaivbx:~/src/barrelfish-12e657e0ed48/build$ ../hake/hake.sh -s .. -i . -a x86_64
> > Install directory is .
> > Source directory is ..
> > Architectures to build: "x86_64"
> > Creating a local hake directory...
> > Setting up hake build directory...
> > Creating new symbolic_targets.mk file.
> > Building hake...
> > [ 1 of 14] Compiling Path ( ../hake/Path.hs, hake/Path.o )
> > [ 2 of 14] Compiling HakeTypes ( ../hake/HakeTypes.hs, hake/HakeTypes.o )
> > [ 3 of 14] Compiling Args ( ../hake/Args.hs, hake/Args.o )
> > [ 4 of 14] Compiling Config ( hake/Config.hs, hake/Config.o )
> > [ 5 of 14] Compiling ArchDefaults ( ../hake/ArchDefaults.hs, hake/ArchDefaults.o )
> > [ 6 of 14] Compiling X86_64 ( ../hake/X86_64.hs, hake/X86_64.o )
> > [ 7 of 14] Compiling X86_32 ( ../hake/X86_32.hs, hake/X86_32.o )
> > [ 8 of 14] Compiling SCC ( ../hake/SCC.hs, hake/SCC.o )
> > [ 9 of 14] Compiling ARMv5 ( ../hake/ARMv5.hs, hake/ARMv5.o )
> > [10 of 14] Compiling ARM11MP ( ../hake/ARM11MP.hs, hake/ARM11MP.o )
> > [11 of 14] Compiling XScale ( ../hake/XScale.hs, hake/XScale.o )
> > [12 of 14] Compiling ARMv7 ( ../hake/ARMv7.hs, hake/ARMv7.o )
> > [13 of 14] Compiling RuleDefs ( ../hake/RuleDefs.hs, hake/RuleDefs.o )
> > [14 of 14] Compiling Main ( ../hake/Main.hs, hake/Main.o )
> > Linking hake/hake ...
> > Running hake...
> > Source directory: ..
> > BF Source directory: ..
> > Install directory: .
> > Reading directory tree...
> > Reading Hakefiles...
> > Writing HakeFile module...
> > Evaluating Hakefiles...
> > Done!
> > Generating Makefile - this may take some time (and RAM)...
> > OK - Hake has bootstrapped. You should now have a Makefile in this
> > directory, and you can type "make" to build a predefined target.
> > To change configuration options, edit the Config.hs file in the hake
> > subdirectory of this directory and run "make rehake".
> > To change the set of symbolic make targets available (for example, to
> > build a different set of modules or architectures for your boot image),
> > edit the local copy of the symbolic_targets.mk in this directory.
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> Kornilios Kourtis
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