I am using a device that is running Yoco Linux on a 32 Bit architecture. It does not provide a package manager or a compiler thus not allowing me to compile on it. Instead I use a Ubuntu Virtual Machine where I compile what I need, copy it to the device and install there.
That what I did for example for Python3.4 - it was as easy as:
On the Ubuntu Virtual Machine and
on the device running Yocto.
But now I am facing a minor problem with
make are completed without any problems. What I did not know is that I also need a
gcc compiler for
make install and therefore not making it possible to use it on the device. Naivly I thought I could just copy the libraries completly compiled on Ubuntu to the deivce but this didn't work. All configuration is not done.
My question is: is there an argument for
make or any kind of other option to build all I need on Ubuntu, copy it to the device and start the configuration routine that is build into unixODBCs installation?
I took a look around through the
Makefile hoping to find a clue but without luck. It also is hard to grasp what kind of configuration is done after compilation was successful.