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Easiest way to install packages in Jlime without internet?

null1024 Page Icon Posted 2021-04-19 3:16 AM
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Hi! I'm trying to get a useful Jlime install going on my Jornada 680.

Really, I mostly just want to be able to install a few things like Python and GCC with some libraries so I can try compiling a few (small -- an SH3 and 16MB RAM isn't going to set the world on fire with compiling anything) programs.
Ideally, I could connect the Jornada to the internet and punch in the repository address, except I have no way to connect the machine.

What would be the best way of getting packages (and more importantly, all the dependencies) installed on it?
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koshman Page Icon Posted 2021-05-07 3:56 PM
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Hi,

Do you have it already installed with the basic stuff included in the JLime userland?
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_dev-null Page Icon Posted 2021-05-07 7:00 PM
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You can copy everything to a CF card and install the packages manually!


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null1024 Page Icon Posted 2021-05-09 3:24 AM
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koshman - 2021-05-07 11:56 AM

Hi,

Do you have it already installed with the basic stuff included in the JLime userland?


I have it installed.


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You can copy everything to a CF card and install the packages manually!


Stefan

The real issue I was wondering was figuring all the dependencies.
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ntware Page Icon Posted 2021-05-09 4:11 AM
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In one of the Jornada Linux discussions here, someone said something about using qemu to install packages. The idea is to mount the CF on your PC, and then use qemu to bootstrap into your CF filesystem emulating your particular CPU (arm, sh3, etc) and finally evoke apt-get from your there to install the packages. Once you figure out the environment I believe this might be the fastest and easiest way to install stuff

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