do_rootfs failed: locale-base-en-us

I've been trying to build an updated beagleboard image for almost a week now, and other than a brief interruption for a broken gcc update, it gets all the way to the end and dies trying to install locale-base-en-us. Can anyone shed some light on this?

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Configuring glibc-localedata-i18n
Configuring glibc-localedata-iso14651-t1
Configuring glibc-localedata-iso14651-t1-common
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-circle
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-cjk-compat
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-compat
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-font
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-fraction
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-narrow
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-neutral
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-small
Configuring glibc-localedata-translit-wide
+ for i in locale-base-en-us
+ opkg-cl -f /home/jlove/oe/arm7-20081211/staging/i686-linux/etc/opkg.conf -o

/home/jlove/oe/arm7-20081211/rootfs install locale-base-en-us

An error ocurred, return value: -1208550069.

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I've been trying to build an updated beagleboard image for almost a week now,
and other than a brief interruption for a broken gcc update, it gets all the
way to the end and dies trying to install locale-base-en-us. Can anyone shed
some light on this?

Did you by any change set GLIBC_GENERATE_LOCALES anywhere?

regards,

Koen

Koen Kooi wrote:

Did you by any change set GLIBC_GENERATE_LOCALES anywhere?

As a matter of fact, yes. My local.conf was derived from someone else's, for one of the earlier boards we tried out, but it built earlier versions of beagleboard just fine.

Koen Kooi wrote:

Did you by any change set GLIBC_GENERATE_LOCALES anywhere?

As a matter of fact, yes. My local.conf was derived from someone else's, for
one of the earlier boards we tried out, but it built earlier versions of
beagleboard just fine.

In the don't-modify-unless-you-really-know-what-you're-doing department: GLIBC_GENERATE_LOCALES

You're telling OE to only generate the en-gb (at a guess) and then act surprised when it can't find the locales you told it to not generate :slight_smile:

regards,

Koen

Hi,

You had any problems compiling opkg-native?. Check log files or, try
recompile it.

Regards,

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