[self-interest] Running Self headless?
chris at double.co.nz
Tue Jul 21 02:08:48 UTC 2009
On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 2:03 PM, Russell Allen<mail at russell-allen.com> wrote:
> Not sure. I need to go through all those image building scripts and check
> they are still working (and maybe refactor them into a single script with
> (Unless you want to do it for me :) :)
The Linux one needs some tweaks to work on my Linux distro (Arch
Linux). I had to change bin/src/makeDeps.cpp:
# ifdef __linux__
-# include <c++/4.1/new>
+# include <new>
In /bin/src/MakefileBinList I change the linker line for skipComments
and removeUnderscore to use -lfl rather than -ll (I use flex). I also
installed tcsh since one of the scripts seems to rely on it.
With those changes Self built fine using the buildLinuxVM shell
script. I can prepare a patch or put a commit on github if you want
> If you build an image from scratch with 'all2.self' _RunScript and save it
> without first doing a 'desktop open' it will also be a 'headless' image. It
> will have the ui objects in there, but they don't take up much space.
Thanks, this worked fine.
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