Opened 3 years ago

Closed 3 years ago

Last modified 3 years ago

#18102 closed defect (not_a_bug)

Asterisk/Telephony has errors in Makefile

Reported by: 42@… Owned by: slachta
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: packages Version: Trunk
Keywords: Cc:


ERROR: please fix package/feeds/telephony/asterisk-1.8.x/Makefile - see logs/package/feeds/telephony/asterisk-1.8.x/dump.txt for details
ERROR: please fix package/feeds/telephony/asterisk-11.x/Makefile - see logs/package/feeds/telephony/asterisk-11.x/dump.txt for details

relevant line in dump.txt:

make[2]: * No rule to make target `/home/x/openwrt-64/include/'. Stop.

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comment:1 Changed 3 years ago by swalker

  • Owner changed from developers to slachta
  • Status changed from new to assigned

comment:2 Changed 3 years ago by 42@…

This commit caused the problem:;a=commit;h=62561304c5e130dcc7450f610c5681da5d043b43

Here's a patch that makes it working again:
(remove in both Asterisk Makefiles)

comment:3 Changed 3 years ago by slachta

  • Resolution set to not_a_bug
  • Status changed from assigned to closed


have you updated your feeds and buildroot? In current trunk (master revision on git telephony repository) there is no include for in asterisk-1.8.x Makefile. I am not sure why the buildroot complaints about missing rules for asterisk-11.x, since the support for chan-lantiq was introduced only for asterisk-1.8.x (see asterisk-11.x Makefile).

Please, update your OpenWrt buildroot by:

git pull


svn update

I think you might be using the older Telephony repository located somewhere else. Please, use this feeds.conf.default.

And also update your feeds:

./scripts/feeds update -a && ./scripts/feeds/install -a

The removal was done in this commit.

I would strongly recommend to start with a clean OpenWrt buildroot. I am closing this as a "not a bug", since you might be using the outdated repository. Feel free to reopen, if you are sure that it is a bug. If it is a bug, please, reopen the issue and attach the feeds.conf.default among attachments and paste here the last commit of OpenWrt buildroot you are using.

Jiri Slachta

comment:4 Changed 3 years ago by anonymous

Duh, my fault indeed. My feeds.conf pointed to a local git repo which updates itself every night. This local repo had a wrong (old) feed configured. Everything works now, thank you very much for that detailed explanation!

Best regards

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