[zeromq-dev] cross-compileing zeroMQ

dboggan dboggan at icehouse.net
Fri Jan 28 17:27:18 CET 2011

Wolfgang Richter <wolf <at> cs.cmu.edu> writes:

> Which source version of libuuid did you get?
> As in, which version of libuuid are you using?
> --WolfOn Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 10:55 AM, dboggan <dboggan <at> icehouse.net> 
> I spent yesterday trying to cross-compile zeroMQ for an ARM9 board. The
> development host is a Fedora 10 installation. I have cross-compiled other
> projects but this particular one has me stymied.
> The configure script looks for libuuid and doesn't find one and instructs me
> to install uuid-devel. Since I am cross compiling, I looked for source for
> uuid-devel. I finally found it and attempted to cross-compile it. The
> configure script bails out with a message that since it can't test va_copy, 
> was done. So I hacked the script and got that built. Then I went back to
> zeroMQ and pointed it at the newly built uuid library and it seemed happy and
> completed.
> Then when I compile the zeroMQ project, it fails at the link phase 
with "uuid-
> unparse" and "uuid_generate" ,..., undefined. Neither of these functions are
> in the downloaded uuid code.
> Since others have done this, any tips of what I need to do to build zeroMQ 
> a ARM9 board?
> Regards,
> Don Boggan
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Thank You Wolfgang.

I don't have that workstation in front of me right now. I will check that out 
later today.

I had to hunt around quite a bit to find the source. Would you happen to know 
what version I should be using? 

I know I downloaded the newest version from the site I found. 

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