Re: Incorrect warning: preferred version linux-libc-headers_3.3 of linux-libc-headers not available (for item linux-libc-headers)

Bruce Ashfield <bruce.ashfield@...>

On 12-08-09 10:55 AM, Elvis Dowson wrote:
Hi Bruce,

On Aug 9, 2012, at 6:50 PM, Bruce Ashfield wrote:

On 12-08-09 10:48 AM, Elvis Dowson wrote:

In my local.conf I have set the following variable

PREFERRED_VERSION_linux-libc-headers = "linux-libc-headers_3.3"
Have you tried dropping the "linux-libc-headers" ?

i.e. PREFERRED_VERSION_linux-libc-headers = "3.3"
Ahh, ok, that worked.

Along similar lines, if I had to explicitly set the gcc version, is it
correct to specify the following variables?
In my experience .. it is always just the version, not the package that
you want to specify, so from all of those, you'd drop the gcc_ .. etc,
from the string.


PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc = "gcc_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-cross = "gcc-cross_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-cross-initial = "gcc-cross-initial_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-cross-intermediate = "gcc-cross-intermediate_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-cross-canadian = "gcc-cross-canadian_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-crosssdk= "gcc-crosssdk_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-crosssdk-initial= "gcc-crosssdk-initial_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-crosssdk-intermediate= "gcc-crosssdk-intermediate_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_gcc-runtime = "gcc-runtime_4.6"
PREFERRED_VERSION_libgcc = "libgcc_4.6"

Best regards,

Elvis Dowson

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