I’m not sure I’m in the right place to post this, but honestly I can’t find anywhere else I might be able to get some answers.
I’m using BBB with the AM3358 debian 10.3.
I’ve had several errors during the make process, and I will post screenshots in case those might be beneficial.
But ultimately what seems to be my issue is something missing during the dependency installation. gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi.
In apt I found gcc-arm-none-gnueabi, and that didn’t solve the issue.
I also found the .deb of the original gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi. I downloaded it and attempted to install with both apt and dpkg.
Apt cited dependencies. I didn’t check all of them, but several that I did check were already on the system at a higher version number.
Dpkg tells me I need armhf architecture, which the file in question doesn’t have an any arm architecture other than .arm64, which is what I had downloaded.
Is there somewhere to get this file I haven’t been able to find?
Or a possible workaround for it?
I’m at my wits end, any help will be greatly appreciated!