Got this error with ozayturay cygwin but why? please help me!
You are using 1.92 SDK. Extract 3.41 SDK files over the 1.92 ones. ;)
@bazzinga17: Don't bother with the translation, because I'm trying to add it to multiMAN.
As for the size of my .pkg compiled from "make mm" command, I still can't get it below 1.16MB. I've completely erased all the files in NPDRM_RELEASE/USDIR folder. All I get from "make MM" are the EBOOT.BIN and RELOAD.SELF files but my sizes are different than yours still. The sizes are, EBOOT.BIN (33.2KB) and RELOAD.SELF (1.10MB). And this is with a straight compile, no source code being touched at all.
I know this is not a big deal since the built .pkg works. I'm just confused how I can't match your size. I'm literally just compiling not touching any code at all. Something to do with windows? Do you build on Linux?
Thanks for the info on the 3 files mentioned above, now I know where they came from. :lol: From my 1st day ever trying to compile anything ever, that's where :lol:
In Multiman folder you can try a "ls -Ra release" to see if you get something which must not be here.
That was so easy to build MM on Windows with cygwin!
I think i'm not gonna get something working under linux..
Will try however, but I think wine doesn't work that good with the tools (maybe will try with CrossOver).
Will certainly post a cygwin tuto instead!
This is my way of setting the stuff. Simple and efficient, up and running in less than 5 mins.
Software Setup for Windows
The general procedure is as follows.
(1) Installation of environment tools (MinGW and MSYS)
(2) Environment variable settings
(3) Setup of the compiler, etc.
Installation of Environment Tools
MinGW and MSYS must be installed as the runtime environment of the kit.
Download the following software from http://www.mingw.org/download.shtml:
• MinGW-3.1.0-1.exe -> MinGW - Minimalist GNU for Windows - Browse Files at SourceForge.net
• MSYS-1.0.10.exe -> Download MinGW - Minimalist GNU for Windows from SourceForge.net
• msysDTK-1.0.1.exe -> Download MinGW - Minimalist GNU for Windows from SourceForge.net
Install MinGW first. (The default destination is c:\MinGW)
Then install MSYS and msysDTK. (The default destination for both is c:\msys)
Accept the default settings suggested by the packages during installation.
Environment Variable Settings
Once the packages are installed, set the environment variables to be used by the tools. Enter the variable
names exactly as written below. (Unlike most Windows software, some of the tools using these variables
(1) Right-click the My Computer icon and choose Properties.
(2) Click the Advanced tab.
(3) Click Environment Variables.
(4) Edit System variables as follows.
New System Variable
Variable name: CELL_SDK
Variable value: /c/usr/local/cell (or CELL_SDK=C:/msys/1.0/cell, depending where you have the cell folder)
New System Variable
Variable name: LANG
Variable value: C
Edit System Variable
Variable name: PATH
Variable value: Add the following (with no line breaks) to the existing values.
Enter the following command and press Enter.
$ cp $CELL_SDK/host-win32/etc/gdbinit.ppu ~/.gdbinit.ppu
This sets up the initial configuration file of the PPU debugger.
Then enter the following command and press Enter.
$ cp $CELL_SDK/host-win32/etc/gdbinit.spu ~/.gdbinit.spu
This sets up the initial configuration file of the SPU debugger.
Test if all is ok by compiling a sample:
Open a MinGW console window and type "make" in the appropriate project directory.