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andreiw opened this Issue May 27, 2014 · 4 comments

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andreiw commented May 27, 2014

Hiya, just a quick question - where did you get the ODE tools (i.e. "build")?

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Some time ago, an src.rpm package named ode4linux could be found around the web, which contained the GNU/Linux port of the ODE tools.

I've just tried googling it, and there were no results. This is probably due to the fact that the MkLinux site is no longer available.

I should have a copy of that package somewhere. If you're interested, I can do a quick search and upload it to some place.

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slp commented May 28, 2014

Some time ago, an src.rpm package named ode4linux could be found around the web, which contained the GNU/Linux port of the ODE tools.

I've just tried googling it, and there were no results. This is probably due to the fact that the MkLinux site is no longer available.

I should have a copy of that package somewhere. If you're interested, I can do a quick search and upload it to some place.

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Please... If you find them I think it would be a great service for everybody interested in tinkering with the MkLinux sources.

Even the pre-Linux ODE tools are hard to find. I've had no luck with ode4linux.

andreiw commented May 28, 2014

Please... If you find them I think it would be a great service for everybody interested in tinkering with the MkLinux sources.

Even the pre-Linux ODE tools are hard to find. I've had no luck with ode4linux.

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I've also lost my local copy. Luckily, I was able to find the SRC.RPM on a MkLinux FTP mirror:

ftp://ftp.u-aizu.ac.jp/pub/os/Linux/mklinux/mklinux-pre-R1/SRPMS/SRPMS/ode-2.3.4-5f.src.rpm

That contains ode4linux, some patches, and an RPM spec file (which you can use as reference for building the software). When I find some time, I'll create another repository with a clean copy of the ODE code, so it won't get lost again.

By the way, the easiest way for getting a working build environment for MkLinux, is running an old GNU/Linux distro on a virtual machine. I've used Debian Woody, which provides GCC versions 2.95 and 2.72, required for building OSFMk and the specialized Linux kernel, respectively.

Good luck!

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slp commented May 29, 2014

I've also lost my local copy. Luckily, I was able to find the SRC.RPM on a MkLinux FTP mirror:

ftp://ftp.u-aizu.ac.jp/pub/os/Linux/mklinux/mklinux-pre-R1/SRPMS/SRPMS/ode-2.3.4-5f.src.rpm

That contains ode4linux, some patches, and an RPM spec file (which you can use as reference for building the software). When I find some time, I'll create another repository with a clean copy of the ODE code, so it won't get lost again.

By the way, the easiest way for getting a working build environment for MkLinux, is running an old GNU/Linux distro on a virtual machine. I've used Debian Woody, which provides GCC versions 2.95 and 2.72, required for building OSFMk and the specialized Linux kernel, respectively.

Good luck!

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andreiw May 30, 2014

Wow. Cool. Thanks a lot. Ok I've a repo setup and it builds with GCC 4.8.

https://github.com/andreiw/ode4linux

I didn't try on PPC yet.

andreiw commented May 30, 2014

Wow. Cool. Thanks a lot. Ok I've a repo setup and it builds with GCC 4.8.

https://github.com/andreiw/ode4linux

I didn't try on PPC yet.

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