[ECOS] build problem with CVS tree downloaded, & PPP needed

Rajeev Kandregula rajeev_leo@sify.com
Mon Mar 3 11:05:00 GMT 2003


thanks for the prompt response to my query

Problem 1:

i have tried to install ecos using cvs download, but it gives me this error while building:

XPWD=`pwd` ; cd /ecos-e/ecos/packages/services/memalloc/common/current/src ; sh heapgen.tcl \"/ecos-e/ecos-work/one_install\" \"$XPWD\"
make[1]: Leaving directory `/ecos-e/ecos-work/one_build/services/memalloc/common/current\'
couldn\'t read file \"/ecos-e/ecos-work/one_build/services/memalloc/common/current/heapgeninc.tcl\": no such file or directory
make: Leaving directory `/ecos-e/ecos-work/one_build\'
    while executing
\"source [ file join $builddir heapgeninc.tcl ]\"
    (file \"heapgen.tcl\" line 90)
make[1]: *** [heaps.cxx] Error 1
make: *** [build] Error 2

1. i installed ecos1.3.1.exe 
2. then i downloaded cvs files int another folder
3. installed config tool 2 beta to tools-bin folder of old ecos tree
4. selected reprository from new cvs tree in the config tool2
5. selected e7t from templates option in config tool
6. saved to folder e/ecos-works
7. run build..
(note- my os drive is not c: but e:, so every thing is on e:)
can anyone help?

Problem 2:

i am in great need of PPP for ecos and i dont have the resources to pay a huge amount to anyone 
or get it developed in time for my project.

so if any one has developed PPP support for ecos, or has even tried to,
i request you to please help me, 
even links to freely available PPP stacks will help,
i will return the favour whenever possible.

those willing to only sell their services are requested to send me their price 
and the time they will require to deliver the product.

i am eagerly waiting for the ecos2.0 beta

rajeev k
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