Alfter installing from optware ocaml/gcc/bison/flex etc (I guess ocaml should be fine enought) , standard compilation of Unison failed, because of lack of ocamlopt (native-compiler):
make: ocamlopt: Command not found
Fortunately, I've found solution.
I had to setup "NATIVE=false" parameter, as following:
# normal user make NATIVE=false # root make install NATIVE=false INSTALLDIR=/opt/bin/
After that, I needed to setup PATH to point to /opt/bin on my user, and bash shell in /etc/passwd (because of my choice).
From the moment I logged through ssh and succesfully runed unison by typiing:
Connection from my Desktop and Laptop with WD worked perfectly.
When I was trying to compile c++ programs I encountered strange errors:
I followed advice from this thread on mybookworld.wikidot.com -> forum and it helped. Advice was, to link against /lib instead of /opt/lib , just like this:
Small programs: g++ -L/lib main.cpp Bigger once: LDFLAGS=-L/lib ./configure
Compiling Aria2 (in progress…)
I've foreced to link programs against /lib instead of /opt/lib, and go
chmod +x configure LDFLAGS=-L/lib ./configure
what's next? We will see…