Hi David, Thanks for the info Yes, I was able to build mynewt with help newt. But to make it auto run on any new PC, just want to keep a pre-requisite script(only for default build).
Like, i. Is it compatible with both X86_64 and i386 or if X86_64 is there any additional libraries need to be provided, etc. ii. Packages like python, perl, etc. iii. Any specific libraries, like gcc(particular version), libc, etc. Thanks, Krishna B ________________________________________ From: David Lee [djl...@cornell.edu] Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2018 1:04 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Do we have any documentation on package dependencies and versions Hey Krishna, There aren't any extensive checks that are done with each version. Based on the documentation on the Apache Mynewt website, these are the versions that have been tested: Linux distro and version: Ubuntu version 17.04, kernel version 4.10 gcc-multilib (libc6-i386): v 2.4 or greater gdb: v 7.7.1 gcc for ARM (gcc-arm-embedded): v 4.9.3 openocd: 0.10.0 Have you already tried installing Newt? There are instructions for installing Newt, native toolchain, and cross tools for ARM on Mynewt website here: https://mynewt.apache.org/latest/os/get_started/native_install_intro/ -David On Mon, Mar 5, 2018 at 9:36 PM, Krishna Badam <krishna.ba...@imgtec.com> wrote: > Hi All, > > Is there any documentation, > For a newly installed OS(linux) what are the required kernel version, > libraries, packages, tools and any version dependencies. > > May not be for individual features, but at basic Mynewt OS level build > dependencies. > > I just want to have a pre-requisite check script, so the document can help > me in preparing that. > > Thanks, > Krishna B >