[maemo-users] [maemo-users] The difference between ARM and ARMEL packages

From: Jakub.Pavelek at nokia.com Jakub.Pavelek at nokia.com
Date: Tue Jan 9 12:59:35 EET 2007
you will need to rebuild those packages for IT-2006 (this should then
work on IT-2007 too). ARMEL means a different binary ABI, the ARM
software will not work on IT-2006/7. Changing package structure will not
help, get it rebuilt under Maemo SDK.


	From: maemo-users-bounces at maemo.org
[mailto:maemo-users-bounces at maemo.org] On Behalf Of ext Michael Stepanov
	Sent: 09 January, 2007 10:01
	To: maemo-users at maemo.org
	Subject: [maemo-users] The difference between ARM and ARMEL
	Hi list,
	I try to use Nokia770 as control panel for home automation
system Plutohome (plutohome.com). There is a one, big problem. Some
needed packages are missed. For example, mysqlclient12 or libxmu6. I
adopted those ARM Debian packages for OS 2005 just by changing their
structure. It works fine on real device. But I cannot find appropriate
packages  for OS 2006. Because the architecture was changed from ARM to
	Can somebody tell me, please, is there some significant
difference between ARM and ARMEL or it may be possible just change ARM
package structure according to rules for ARMEL?
	Thanks in advance.

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