But if you look at the log it can read the conf files!
Anyway, I've got rw on all my files...

Didier.

Davide Scaini wrote:
> permissions??? maybe it's really silly...
> d
> 
> On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 1:44 PM, Didier Ptitjes <[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
> 
> 
>     Hello,
> 
>     Sorry this may be a dumb question. I'm trying to build an ASU image for
>     x86 with the MokoMakefile for several days without success.
> 
>     I carefully followed the explanations of Wiki, searched the
>     mailling-lists and the Web for a tip, but I always get the same error
>     message.
> 
>     [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ $ make image
>     ( cd build && . ../setup-env && \
>              ( bitbake openmoko-asu-image u-boot-openmoko ) )
>     ERROR: Unable to open conf/bitbake.conf
> 
>     I checked my setup-env file. All this seems correct. I also echoed
>     BBPATH from it and it seems correct too.
> 
>     I added -DDD to the bitbake command in the Makefile and it looks like it
>     opens the conf file and process it but then it stops with the same
>     message...
> 
>     I can't understand why!
> 
>     Thanks for your help. Didier.
> 
>     Output with -DDD :
> 
>     [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ $ make image
>     ( cd build && . ../setup-env && \
>              ( bitbake -DDD openmoko-asu-image u-boot-openmoko ) )
>     DEBUG: CONF reading /home/moko/openembedded/conf/bitbake.conf
>     DEBUG: update_data()
>     DEBUG: update_data()
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:539: including conf/site.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF including /home/moko/build/conf/site.conf
>     DEBUG: update_data()
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:540: including conf/auto.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF file 'conf/auto.conf' not found
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:541: including conf/local.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF including /home/moko/build/conf/local.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:546: including conf/build/i686-linux.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF file 'conf/build/i686-linux.conf' not found
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:547: including
>     conf/target/INVALID-INVALID.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF file 'conf/target/INVALID-INVALID.conf' not found
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:548: including conf/machine/x86.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF including /home/moko/openembedded/conf/machine/x86.conf
>     DEBUG: BB conf/machine/include/tune-x86.inc: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:549: including conf/distro/openmoko.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF including /home/moko/openembedded/conf/distro/openmoko.conf
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/preferred-om-2008-versions.inc:
>     handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/angstrom-2007-for-openmoko.inc:
>     handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/sane-srcdates.inc: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/sane-srcrevs.inc: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/preferred-xorg-versions.inc: handle(data,
>     include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/preferred-gpe-versions-2.8.inc:
>     handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/preferred-e-versions.inc: handle(data,
>     include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/angstrom.inc: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: update_data()
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/angstrom-glibc.inc: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: BB conf/distro/include/angstrom-package-opk.inc: handle(data,
>     include)
>     DEBUG: update_data()
>     DEBUG: CONF conf/bitbake.conf:550: including conf/documentation.conf
>     DEBUG: CONF including /home/moko/openembedded/conf/documentation.conf
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PREFERRED_VERSION, doc, Normally use it as
>     PREFERRED_VERSION_package-name = "" to set the preferred version of more
>     than one version for the package-name is available., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BUILD_ARCH, doc, The name of the building
>     architecture. E.g. i686., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BUILD_OS, doc, The operating system (in lower case) of
>     the building architecture. E.g linux., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BUILD_VENDOR, doc, FIXME, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BUILD_SYS, doc, FIXME, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BUILD_PREFIX, doc, FIXME, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BUILD_CC_ARCH, doc, FIXME, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOST_ARCH, doc, The name of the target architecture.
>     Normally same as the TARGET_ARCH. @see TARGET_ARCH @group base, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOST_OS, doc, The name of the target operating system.
>     Normally the same as the TARGET_OS. @see TARGET_OS @group base, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOST_VENDOR, doc, The name of the vendor. Normally
>     same as the TARGET_VENDOR. @see TARGET_VENDOR, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOST_SYS, doc, FIXME, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOST_PREFIX, doc, Normally same as the TARGET_PREFIX.
>     @see TARGET_PREFIX @group base, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOST_CC_ARCH, doc, Normally same as the
>     TARGET_CC_ARCH. @see TARGET_CC_ARCH @group base, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOST_NONSYSV, doc, This flag can be set to "1" if the
>     host system is not SysV compatible. E.g.fakeroot-native will be build
>     with tcp as IPC implementation., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_ARCH, doc, Build for which architecture.
>     Examples are arm, i686, sh3, mips, powerpc., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_OS, doc, Build for which Operating System.
>     Currently possible values are linux and linux-uclibc. When using
>     linux-uclibc you might want to set USE_NLS_gcc-cross to "no"., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_VENDOR, doc, FIXME, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_SYS, doc, The target system is composed out of
>     TARGET_ARCH,TARGET_VENDOR and TARGET_OS., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_PREFIX, doc, The prefix for the cross compile
>     toolchain. E.g arm-linux- ., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_CC_ARCH, doc, FIXME, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_FPU, doc, Floating point option (mostly for
>     FPU-less systems), can be 'soft' or empty for hardware floating point
>     instructions., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(ASSUME_PROVIDED, doc, List of packages (recipes
>     actually) which are assumed to be implicitly available.These packages
>     won't be built by bitbake., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(ASSUME_SHLIBS, doc, List of shlib:package[_version]
>     mappings. Useful for lib packages in ASSUME_PROVIDED,for which automatic
>     shlib dependency tracking doesn't work., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PACKAGE_ARCH, doc, The architecture needed for using a
>     resulting package. If you have machine dependant configuration options
>     in your bitbake file add a PACKAGE_ARCH  = "${MACHINE_ARCH}" to the
>     file., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PACKAGE_ARCHS, doc, A list of architectures compatible
>     with the given target in order of priority, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PACKAGE_EXTRA_ARCHS, doc, Set this variable to add
>     extra architectures to the list of supported architectures, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(DATE, doc, The date the build was started Ymd, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TIME, doc, The time the build was started HMS, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(DATETIME, doc, The date and time the build was started
>     at, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PN, doc, PN holds the name of the package (Package
>     Name). It is gathered from the bitbake-file filename, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PV, doc, PV holds the version of the package (Package
>     Version). The default value is 1.0, it is retrieved from the
>     bitbake-file filename but can be changed., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PR, doc, PR is the revision of the package (Package
>     Revision). By default it is set to r0., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PF, doc, Package name - Package version - Package
>     revision (PN-PV-PR), data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(P, doc, Package name - Package version (PN-PF), data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(S, doc, Directory that holds the sources to build,
>     WORKDIR/PN-PV by default. The 'make' or equivalent command is run from
>     this directory., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SECTION, doc, Section of the packages e.g.
>     console/networking, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PRIORITY, doc, Importance of package, default values
>     are 'optional' or 'needed'., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(DESCRIPTION, doc, A small description of the package.,
>     data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(LICENSE, doc, The license of the resulting package
>     e.g. GPL, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(AUTHOR, doc, The author of the files installed., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(MAINTAINER, doc, Distributions can put this in their
>     .conf file to add their contact information into packages, this is not
>     valid inside recipes, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(HOMEPAGE, doc, Homepage of the package e.g.
>     http://www.project.net., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(GROUP_dependencies, doc, The keys in this group
>     influence the dependency handling of BitBake and the resulting
>     packages., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(DEPENDS, doc, Build time dependencies, things needed
>     to build the package. @group dependencies, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(RDEPENDS, doc, Run time dependencies, things needed
>     for a given package to run.  This is used to populate the ipkg:Depends
>     field. @group dependencies, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PROVIDES, doc, Names for additional build time
>     dependencies that this package will provide. @group dependencies, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(RPROVIDES, doc, Names for additional run time
>     dependencies that this package will provide.  This is used to populate
>     the ipkg:Provides field. @group dependencies, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(GROUP_packaging, doc, The keys in this group influence
>     the package building process. They influence which packages will be
>     generated and which files will be present in the generated
>     packages., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PACKAGES, doc, Names of packages to be generated.
>     @group packaging, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(FILES, doc, Files/Directories belonging to the
>     package. @group packaging, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TMPDIR, doc, The temporary directory of openembedded
>     holding work-, deploy, staging- and other directories., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(CACHE, doc, The directory holding the cache of the
>     metadata., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(GROUP_fetcher, doc, The key highly influence the
>     fetcher implementations., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(DL_DIR, doc, The directory where tarballs will be
>     stored. @group fetcher, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(CVSDIR, doc, The directory where cvs checkouts will be
>     stored in. @group fetcher, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(GITDIR, doc, The directory where git clones will be
>     stored. @group fetcher, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SVNDIR, doc, The directory where subversion checkouts
>     will be stored. @group fetcher, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(STAMP, doc, The directory that holds files to keep
>     track of what was built., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(WORKDIR, doc, The directory where a concrete package
>     will be unpacked and built., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(T, doc, Temporary directory within the WORKDIR., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(GROUP_locale, doc, Locale generation of the GNU libc
>     implementation, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(ENABLE_BINARY_LOCALE_GENERATION, doc, Enable the use
>     of qemu to generate locale information during build time on the host
>     instead of runtime on the target. If you have trouble with qemu-native
>     you should make this an empty var. @group locale, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PCMCIA_MANAGER, doc, Specify which package(s) to
>     install to handle PCMCIA slots (usually pcmcia-cs or pcmciautils).,
>     data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SYSVINIT_ENABLED_GETTYS, doc, Specify which VTs should
>     be running a getty, the default is 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(FEED_URIS, doc, List of ipkg feed records to put into
>     generated image., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(FEED_DEPLOYDIR_BASE_URI, doc, Allow to serve ipk
>     deploy dir as an adhoc feed (bogofeed). Set to base URL of the dir as
>     exported by HTTP. Set of adhoc feed configs will be generated in image.,
>     data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(QA_LOG, doc, Enable logging of QA errors to
>     log.qa_package. Default is not to log., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(PALMTOP_USE_MULTITHREADED_QT, doc, Set to yes, if you
>     want to build qt apps with CONFIG+=thread, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(COMPATIBLE_HOST, doc, A regular expression which
>     matches the HOST_SYS names supported by the package/file. Failure to
>     match will cause the file to be skipped by the parser., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(COMPATIBLE_MACHINE, doc, A regular expression which
>     matches the MACHINES support by the package/file. Failure to match will
>     cause the file to be skipped by the parser., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SOURCE_MIRROR_FETCH, doc, Switch marking build as
>     source fetcher. Used to skip COMPATIBLE_* checking., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SOURCE_MIRROR_URL, doc, URL to source mirror which
>     will be used before fetching from original SRC_URI., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BBINCLUDELOGS, doc, Boolean switch to get log printed
>     on failure., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(BBINCLUDELOGS_LINES, doc, Amount of log lines printed
>     on failure., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_AUTOBUILD, doc, This is an autobuild, broken
>     packages are cleaned automatically. Don't define this at all if this is
>     not an autobuild, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_USER, doc, The login-name for the bugzilla
>     account, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_PASS, doc, The password for this account,
>     data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_LOGIN, doc, path to the login script of the
>     bugzilla, note the ? at the end, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_QUERY, doc, The query script of the bugzilla,
>     data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_NEWREPORT, doc, This is the url used to create
>     a new bug report, note the defaults for version and priority and more,
>     and the trailing &, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_ADDCOMMENT, doc, The url used to reopen bug
>     reports and to add another new comment, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_ATTACHMENT, doc, The url used to create
>     attachments., data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_PRODUCT, doc, The product inside the
>     bugtracker, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(SEPPUKU_COMPONENT, doc, The component inside the
>     bugtracker, data)
>     DEBUG: CONF including /home/moko/openembedded/conf/sanity.conf
>     DEBUG: update_data()
>     DEBUG: BB classes/base.bbclass: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_show_versions, nostamp, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_lockdown, nostamp, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_lockdown, recrdeptask, do_show_versions, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_listtasks, nostamp, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_clean, dirs, ${TOPDIR}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_clean, nostamp, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_rebuild, dirs, ${TOPDIR}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_rebuild, nostamp, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_mrproper, dirs, ${TOPDIR}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_mrproper, nostamp, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_fetch, dirs, ${DL_DIR}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_fetch, depends, shasum-native:do_populate_staging,
>     data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_fetchall, recrdeptask, do_fetch, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_buildall, recrdeptask, do_build, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_unpack, dirs, ${WORKDIR}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_configure, dirs, ${S} ${B}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_configure, deptask, do_populate_staging, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_compile, dirs, ${S} ${B}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_populate_staging, dirs,
>     ${STAGING_DIR_TARGET}/${layout_bindir}
>     ${STAGING_DIR_TARGET}/${layout_libdir}
>     ${STAGING_DIR_TARGET}/${layout_includedir}
>     ${STAGING_BINDIR_NATIVE} ${STAGING_LIBDIR_NATIVE}
>     ${STAGING_INCDIR_NATIVE}                            
>     ${STAGING_DATADIR}                              ${S} ${B}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_install, dirs, ${D} ${S} ${B}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_install, cleandirs, ${D}, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_build, func, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(MACHINE, unexport, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(TARGET_ARCH, unexport, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(DISTRO, unexport, 1, data)
>     DEBUG: BB :0: inheriting classes/patch.bbclass
>     DEBUG: BB classes/patch.bbclass: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(do_patch, dirs, ${WORKDIR}, data)
>     DEBUG: BB :0: inheriting classes/siteinfo.bbclass
>     DEBUG: BB classes/siteinfo.bbclass: handle(data, include)
>     DEBUG: setVarFlag(MIRRORS, func, 0, data)
>     DEBUG: BB classes/dev_shell.bbclass: handle(data, include)
>     ERROR: Unable to open conf/bitbake.conf
>     make: *** [openmoko-asu-image] Erreur 1
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