[yocto] /usr/bin/env requires coreutils?

Emily S easmith5555 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 16:50:18 PDT 2019

Hi Leon -

Ahh okay you meant just literally if there was anything else in it. An
additional complication of my setup is that our custom board is in Europe,
so right now there's no one to load the OS for me and boot, but I will
check as soon as I can.

In regards to your second point, do you mean that the init-clock recipe
might be trying to install the script in a slightly incorrect location? For
example it's trying to install in /usr/bin/env when my OS is setup to use
/bin/env instead?


On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 6:24 PM Leon Woestenberg <leon at sidebranch.com>

> Hi Emily,
> On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 11:53 PM Emily S <easmith5555 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > When you ask if there is anything in /usr/bin at all I'm not sure what
> you mean, could you elaborate?
> >
> On the root filesystem, do you see other executables in the /usr/bin/
> directory?
> > Ahh so you're saying something in the init-clock recipe itself is
> incorrect in the way it uses ${bindir}? I did not actually write this
> recipe so I may be not understanding it fully, but I don't actually see
> ${bindir} in it anywhere.
> >
> That last part of the sentence might be the actual problem, in case
> you do not have /usr/bin/env (but /bin/env for example).
> > Yes that link is the correct recipe!
> >
> Google power.
> Regards,
> Leon.
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