I would like to cross compile libpcap and tcpdump. I have tried both cross compiling from source and BitBake/Arago and unfortunately I have not had much success with it either method.
This is the command I execute when I try to cross compile tcpdump.
./configure --target=arm-arago-linux-gnueabi --host=arm-arago-linux-gnueabi --build=i386-linux
When I execute this command, the end result is....
checking Linux kernel version... unknown
configure: error: cannot determine linux version when cross-compiling
What are commands needed to cross-compile libpcap and tcpdump? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You can try to run it like
ac_cv_linux_vers=2 ./configure --target=arm-arago-linux-gnueabi --host=arm-arago-linux-gnueabi --build=i386-linux
It fixes the problem with "kernel version" for me. But i am using vanilla tcpdump, just from its git.
This is my command:
ac_cv_linux_vers=2 ./configure --host=arm-none-linux-gnueabi
In reply to gxk:
Unfortunately that did not work but thanks anyway. I decided to use Arago/OpenEmbedded and BitBake to create the package.
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