On Monday 29 Mar 2010, Campbell Allan wrote:
> On Monday 29 Mar 2010, Randi Hillerĝe wrote:
> > For 4 hours I have tried to solve this problem but seems like very few
> > had it before.
> > I just installed subversion on a QNAP T410, NAS, which completed all fine
> > however it went wrong when I tried to create the first repository.
> > I use the command: svnadmin create repo_path
> > But in a few moments it just says "Illegal instruction" - which I really
> > can't figure out what means...
> > I tried to delete the directory, make it again and create again, but
> > every time the samme... About half the files are missing and I really
> > can't figure out why...
> > Is there any way to get som more debugging information than just "Illegal
> > instruction"?
> > Anyone knowing how to solve this problem?
> > If you need any more information please ask.
> > -Silwing
> The illegal instruction error sounds like the binary isn't quite compatible
> with the processor in the nas. I'd suggest trying a different source for
> the binaries or compiling them yourself. The latter would be better as you
> can tweak the compiler flags to deal with the illegal op but getting the
> compiler in the first place might be tricky. I don't recall seeing it the
> last time I looked at the packages available on ipkg nor could I find a
> compatible cross compiler environment. Sorry :/
> I've got a T109-II, I'll give it a shot tonight myself and see if I also
> have the problem but without a compiler environment I don't see how it
> might be fixed.
as I promised I tried this out on my TS109-II. It should be a reasonable
comparison as both devices use a Marvel based arm compatible CPU. I didn't
get an illegal instruction error when creating the repository but did have
trouble importing. I've not dug into that problem much yet but can if you
Can you check your package sources against the list below? After running an
ipkg update, ipkg install svn read the following packages in from:
if they differ, especially the URL can you try an update or explicitly
downloading the ipk files and installing them directly?
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Received on 2010-03-31 03:26:13 CEST