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Add extra post about building on Android #486

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phil-opp commented Oct 24, 2018

This PR adds a small step-by-step guide that explains how to compile blog_os on Android.

Edit: The page is now live here.

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joakim-noah commented on ca9279e Nov 1, 2018

Did you try the Qemu package from that external Termux repository or did you try to build it yourself? What went wrong? BTW, Rust is now available from the default Termux package repo.

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phil-opp replied Nov 2, 2018

@joakim-noah I tried the qemu package qemu-system-x86. Installation worked, but the following error occurs when I try to execute it:

CANNOT LINK EXECUTABLE "qemu-system-x86_64": library "libssl.so.1.0.0" not found

I tried pkg install openssl-dev, but it did not help.

BTW, Rust is now available from the default Termux package repo.

Nice! Only the stable version or also nightly?

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joakim-noah replied Nov 2, 2018

Looks like that QEMU package was linked against an older version of OpenSSL: you could try a symbolic link to the later one, might work if there are no versioned symbols.

I think they just added Rust stable to the main Termux package repo, don't think nightly's there yet, but presumably stable will be enough for you at some point?

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