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easy.build.macosx [2013/04/13 20:31]
mathieu
easy.build.macosx [2014/06/11 04:06] (current)
roygbiv added a couple details to get MacPorts working
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====== Setup MacOSX as an OpenWrt build environment ====== ====== Setup MacOSX as an OpenWrt build environment ======
 +| →[[doc:howto:buildroot.exigence|Procedure on Debian]] | →[[doc:howto:buildroot.exigence.bsd|Procedure on ~BSD]] | **→[[doc:howto:buildroot.exigence.macosx|Procedure on Mac OS]]** |
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 +:!: Please MERGE this page and [[inbox/macosx.lion]] into this page: **[[doc/howto/buildroot.exigence.macosx]]**. Also consult the [[https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=34676|OpenWrt Forum: Build OpenWrt on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion]]
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This guide will show you how to build an OpenWrt firmware on MacOSX. It was tested on Mountain Lion 10.8.3; however, it should be easily portable on other versions as well. This guide will show you how to build an OpenWrt firmware on MacOSX. It was tested on Mountain Lion 10.8.3; however, it should be easily portable on other versions as well.
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  * Select "Xcode" and "Install"   * Select "Xcode" and "Install"
  * Enter your Apple login information if you're prompted; that should start the download and installation process   * Enter your Apple login information if you're prompted; that should start the download and installation process
 +  * Make sure the command line utilities are installed:
 +<code>Blah-MacBook:OpenWrt Blah$ xcode-select --install </code>
** MacPort installation ** ** MacPort installation **
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Once you're done, go back to your terminal and let's use it in order to install the packages required to build an OpenWrt firmware. If MacPorts have been correctly installed, the "port" command should now be available. Once you're done, go back to your terminal and let's use it in order to install the packages required to build an OpenWrt firmware. If MacPorts have been correctly installed, the "port" command should now be available.
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 +First, update to the latest MacPorts Portfiles:
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 +<code>Blah-MacBook:OpenWrt Blah$ sudo port selfupdate</code>
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 +Then install the packages:
<code>Blah-MacBook:OpenWrt Blah$ sudo port install coreutils e2fsprogs ossp-uuid asciidoc binutils \ <code>Blah-MacBook:OpenWrt Blah$ sudo port install coreutils e2fsprogs ossp-uuid asciidoc binutils \

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