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Old 11-15-2009, 04:19 PM   #16
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Ref # 12 ...

There is actually a gcc present
> > trunk > toolchain > gcc .. and more.

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Thanks for your help and support guys! I am learning alot. Yes I understand this is an odd distro, but its what I need for my project. Im running on an embedded board, and off of a compact flash card, with asterisk installed. Due to the max write cycle limitations of a CF card and the way asterisk runs, I would burn up a cf card real quick, this distro addresses that. Trust me, I would like to avoid dependency hell just as much as the next guy, i only WISH i could use yum or apt-get.

Ok, so I switched from astlinux to askozia, VERY simalar and same concept. askozia has a linux port which I have installed on my alix board. I have also installed the SAME distro on my vmware workstation but with all the great packages needed to do some developing and compiling. SO!......

My goal is to install a app called pport, it allows for the manipulation of a serial port.

In my vmware install I have compiled and installed the program. Now can anyone tell me how to get that app to my board and install now that it is a binary?
Old 11-17-2009, 06:00 AM   #18
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I would seriously consider to search and register if necessary. Further read any possible documentation about this specific distro.

The general answer to your question would be something like use a memory stick, use ftp, sue scp. But I guess that none of those will work.
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Thanks for the info, I am activly working on the askozia forums, they are not very active at all, and they are all activly working on porting it to linux to the degree that they dont focus on much else.

I do have wget and can use scp, thats not the problem. The problem I have is how to prepare the app on my desktop maching for the simpleist install with very little dependencies needed.



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