I want to use a partition on my mybook world as a Time Machine(incremental backup service of MacOSX) repository. In order to accomplish that, I don't want to use samba and ext3 filesystem to keep data consistency. So, I need an afp server, but the more important and what is the point of this topic : a hfs+ filesystem. For that, I have to add hfs+ support in the kernel as a module. I have downloaded sources at western digital, unpacked it on my mybookworld, created a .config file which correspond to my needs. I also modify the Makefile to take into account the arm-linux-uclibc compiler. Compilation is done but I encounter a problem for linking : the linker is not found.
Error message is the following :
/bin/sh: arm-linux-uclibc-ld: command not found
make: * * * [fs/hfsplus/hfsplus.o] Error 127
make: * * * [fs/hfsplus] Error 2
All is done directly on my mybook world. Did I miss something for linking or must I use a cross-compilation system to accomplish that ?