I try to build the fairphone Open Source OS on Debian 7.
The instaled packages are:
g+±multilib not installed, but gcc (the GNU-C+±compiler) is installed
There are a lot of warnings. The fatal error is, that the file “sys/types.h” is not found by the script ~/fairphone_os/kernel/scripts/basic/fixdep.c:106:23 .
I don’t know, where this file should be and how it should have been come there. And of course I don’t know, what is wrong.
I cannot install g+±multilib in cause of dependencies with elementary packets. But gcc is installed.
Does anybody have an idea?
Otherwise I try it under Kubuntu. Should I create a virtual machine, or will it work in a schroot?
It’s a standard header file. It should be already installed on your system together with your c-lib. Just guessing … could you trying installing a package like “libc6-dev” if that one is not install already?
If it is installed … your environment is maybe not setup correctly so that the compiler is not able to find the system header files. That could be another problem.
Just guessing here because I don’t have all the information.
Thank you very much for your fast response!
libc6-dev is a part of the string of dependencies that makes the installation of g+±multilib impossible. apt-get install says: libc6-dev depends on libc6 (= 2.13-38+deb7u10) but 2.17-93 shall be installed.
I think, the best way is to set up ubuntu in a schroot without grafik components.
Wich directory or files should I delete before I compile again?