Replicant 6.0 build-toolchain stuck building gcc for arm
I need to rebuild Replicant 6.0, in order to apply changes I've made to the framework for RepWifi.
I'm re-building the toolchain because I want to start over, to see if I can get rid of some compile errors.
Everything in the script goes well, until it builds gcc for arm.
Then it gets stuck executing these lines:
cp xgcc gcc-cross rm -f g++-cross cp xg++ g++-cross
Is there a way to "clean up" the built folders, in order to build it from the start in a "clean" environment?
I used a brand-new shell to build toolchain, and I didn't issue any command before.
* SOLVED: *¶
Ok I solved removing the built binaries in the output directory of gcc for arm.
The following build attempt resulted in some "access denied" errors so I just chmodded the toolchain directory accordingly.
Built everything successfully!
RE: Replicant 6.0 build-toolchain stuck building gcc for arm - Added by Wolfgang Wiedmeyer over 2 years ago
The toolchain binaries can be removed by running