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Old 12-09-2010, 05:19 AM   #1
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compilation of rtlinux

I did rtlinux prgm.i run the rtcore by using command 1)./rtcore &
2)dmesg.(So that the cpu is ready).
3)i created makefile by
vi makefile

Include /opt/rtldk-2.0/rtlnixpro/
Include /opt/rtldk-2.0/rtlnixpro/Rules.make
all: file.rtl
clean: rm -rf *.o.debug

and i compile it by using 'make'.I got error like nothing to be done for "all".
I want a suggestion regarding this error.
Old 12-09-2010, 08:55 AM   #2
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What is your makefile supposed to do ?
I think you missed something about makefiles; You should read this or that.

As far as I know, dmesg is used to print bootup messages.


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