[parsec-users] Cross Compiling Raytrace for Alpha to use in M5

Christian Bienia cbienia at CS.Princeton.EDU
Sun Aug 16 19:44:08 EDT 2009

Hi Ef,


Raytrace needs the X window system because it performs the rendering of the
image in software. You'll also need a cross compiled version of the library
that you can link to.


Can you let me know how you configured cmake? If it's not too specific then
I can include your changes in future versions of PARSEC.


- Chris




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I am trying to Cross compile Raytrace for M5. The first issue I encountered
was CMAKE. I made sure that CMAKE was compiled on the native machine as it
is a tool. This is not so easy to do as alot of the configuration  of CMAKE
is left to the user when using the parsecmgmt tool when CROSS COMPILING.

The issue I am facing now is mesa is looking for the library:
glxheader.h:43:23: error: X11/Xlib.h: No such file or directory. 

Here are the following problems:
It seems that my /usr/local/ directory does not have X11. Even if I was able
to acquire them would it be compatible with my ALPHA compiler?


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