I've been working on an embedded ARM system which boots up quick (a
beagleboard running a skinnied down version of Angstrom). For this I need
to compile a lot of libraries from scratch. One of the things I need is
Python; I've cross compiled Python and it works OK when I try to run it on
an image on the same system which is more complete (the same hardware
running Lucid Ubuntu).
However when I try to run on the skinnied down image I get the following
-sh: ./python: not found
I'm guessing that Python is depending on some libraries which I don't have
but as my situation is unusual I'm not sure what I am missing. So, I'm
asking for help which is what libraries does python depend on on Linux?
Thanks in advance.
Neil Benn Msc
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