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Old 06-08-2009, 04:42 AM   #1
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Somebody with experience with QTe and Busybox....


I have made a compact flash with LILO as bootloader and BUSYBOX as root file system. The system boot without problems but, when I try to execute a demo example of QTe in my embedded system, all times return me a segmentation fault.

I read a lot of documents about BUSYBOX, and I do not known if it necessary to use uClib to compile my QTe applications or if enought with glibc. Before, I have used my laptop to compile QTe applications and execute it in my embedded system with minimal Slackware instalation.

any advice??

Best reagards.


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