2008-03-05 13:50:16

by Talpey, Thomas

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Subject: Re: [NFS] (no subject)

At 08:49 PM 3/4/2008, =?gb2312?B?yre+/NPC?= wrote:
>Dear friend,
> I appreciate you read my letter.
> Recently, I use nfs-utils-1.1.0-rc1 on S3C2510 embeded board. The operation system is arm linux which is developed by HuaHeng Company of China. I compile the software package of nfs-utils-1.1.0-rc1 on RedHat Linux and use arm-unknown-linux-gcc compilor. The configuring command is:
> ./configure --disable-gss --disable-uuid --disable-nfsv4
> The computer remind me that the libwrap file is of shortcome. How can I do?

It's looking for the "tcpwrappers" library. Since you're building for an embedded
system, I would recommend simply turning off that feature, which you can do
with by adding the following flag:

./configure --disable-gss --disable-uuid --disable-nfsv4 --without-tcp-wrappers

The resulting binaries should run fine on arm-linux, as long as you're using the
appropriate toolset to build for the target.

Is there some reason you have chosen nfs-utils 1.1.0-rc1? The current version
is 1.1.1:


> I want to build a nfs server using S3C2510 embeded board and use nfs-utils-1.1.0-1.1.0-rc1 to manage nfs server. How can I reaolve the above problem. If I successfully compile thd nfs-utils-1.1.0-rc1, can I run the software on arm linux? The kernel of arm linux and the library of arm linux are needed to be modified?
> I am glad to receive your letter.
> A friend of China, Shi-Junyong
> 3/5,2008

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