Wed Mar 6 19:48:00 GMT 2013
On 6 Mar 2013, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I ran ldd on the x86 build, and I get not a dynamic executable. So I
> guess meaning there are no shared libraries of any sort. Okay.
Your PC should always return that. The ldd on the PC is not for 'cross
> Then I run <cross/>-ldd --root / <app/>, and it doesn't return
> anything to me. But I doubt it would because I'm not linking any known
> libraries to it dynamically.
Do you compile with '-static'? Then this is not your issue. Look no
Copy the '<cross/>-ldd' to the target. It is a shell script. It starts
with '#!/bin/bash', but you should be able to change to '#!/bin/sh'. It
uses some environment variables that 'ld.so' examines for debugging.
You can type 'man ld.so' on a PC if you are interested... OR forget this
You need to have a 'shadow' directory structure setup on the PC to run
the '<cross/>-ldd' on the PC.
In my experience, it is easy to build a linux kernel than it is to get a
'root file system' correct. There are a lot of concepts to understand.
Maybe you can try your application with '-static'. It will be bigger,
but it will tell you if 'libraries' are your issue. If a '-static'
version works but a 'non-static' does not, then you have 'library
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