I found a lot of posts regarding this. They talked about Netscape.
I cross-compiled a program from a PC to a SBC. When I ran it, it said "Bus
Just one curious question, if I have lo in disk space, will it
also come up with this error?
When I first compiled this software (Berkeley DB)
, the final executable was a script file. So I copied
.lib/lt-excxx_example_database_read to the SBC, but now the program on
the SBC had this error. So how to resolve it if even the BDB example
failed, I tried , at build_unix ,typing ../dist/configure --enable-cxx
And another thin' is I had configured before with a previous installation of PC Berkeley DB on
the same installation dir. (frankly, I installed many applications carelessly but didn't have time to fix it)
How was that going to affect the cross compiling installation? is it a
good idea to do so?
How do you see what dependencies (packages) on the system and how do
you check disk space?
remarks: My application runs okay on my PC/Linux.