I've downloaded and unpacked the toolchain from the google code website, and I've been successfully compiling dingux kernels for a few days now, so I know that I'm able to cross-compile and get code that works on my Dingoo.
However, when I try to compile anything other than the kernel, I run into a bunch of errors with missing libs. Eg. I've been trying to compile dmenu, and this morning I tried to compile noiz2sa and both times it fails on a bunch of libs not found. If I go into where I put the toolchain files and look around, I can find all the libs that it says are missing, but for whatever reason the compiler can't.
I'm sure I've missed some blatantly obvious step, maybe an environment setting or whatever, that tells the compiler where to look to find the appropriate libs and includes...
Can someone give me some guidance, or an example on how they have things set up?
My toolchain is in /home/dingux and the stuff I'm working on are in their own subdirectories in /home/steph/projects/dingux
My platform is an Ubuntu variant. I'm able to compile normally (i.e. not crosscompile), it's just the dingux applications that are failing for me.