realpath(/nfs/verin/array0/home/darkness/tmp/wrt54g/WRT54G/release/src/linux/linux/include/asm/gcc) failed, No such file or directory
So I just enter that gobbledygook into Google and bam! Here's this nerd journaling a similar experience with great sprezzatura:
It looks like it wants asm/gcc. There is
include/asm-mips64/gcc. So I?ll just
ln -s asm-mips include/asmand? that seems to have fixed the above error. So we?re moving on.
While my machine is running
make depI?ll go ahead and mention that the default configuration for the kernel it builds is in
arch/mips/defconfig-bcm947xx. Also, check out
WRT54G/release/src/router/rcfor a good time. Lots of interesting stuff in there that I?m guessing is performed on boot by the Linksys.
On the Internet, there could be a unique solution to any kind of arcane problem you're trying to solve, whether it's C++ for Gnome or you're a Brazilian in a New York who wants to surprise her husband by making Yankee pot roast for dinner (thanks, honey!).
Web journalism will be useful when everybody starts writing what they know from experience instead of the blogging industry marketing geniuses encouraging everyone to write what they think about things they know nothing about except from Googling up what other know-nothings have said about it. When it starts raining toads in Texas, the one scientist out there who studies this sort of thing as his life's work will be googled up and get the guest shot on CNN instead of Jerry Falwell, who thinks the Book of Revelations explains it. (Hell, it rains toads in Brazil all the time, they have special umbrellas made for it).
Thanks, wireless guy. You saved my hash.