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    creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    hai
    when i was trying to rebuild the raccon_11_0 code for s60 in gcce udeb configuration i am getting errors saying cannot find connector.def.... so on. ,almost 8 files so it is resulting in make sis problem.
    i am getting following warnings when built the raccon code

    Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation Time Id
    WARNING: Frozen .DEF file \Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\mws\phone\connector\connector\EABI\connectorU.DEF not found - project not frozen phone Unknown 1196265086423 1829
    WARNING: Frozen .DEF file \Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\mws\phone\connector\connectorc\EABI\connectorcU.DEF not found - project not frozen phone Unknown 1196265086423 1830
    WARNING: Frozen .DEF file \Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\mws\phone\httpd\httpd\EABI\httpd22U.DEF not found - project not frozen phone Unknown 1196265086423 1827
    WARNING: Frozen .DEF file \Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\mws\phone\httpd\httpdc\EABI\httpdc22U.DEF not found - project not frozen phone Unknown 1196265086423 1828
    WARNING: Frozen .DEF file \Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\mws\phone\mwsutil\EABI\mwsutilU.DEF not found - project not frozen phone Unknown 1196265086423 1826
    WARNING: Frozen .DEF file \Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\mws\phone\ui\s60\connectorviews\EABI\connectorviewsU.DEF not found - project not frozen phone Unknown 1196265086423 1831
    WARNING: Frozen .DEF file \Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\mws\phone\ui\s60\httpdviews\EABI\httpdviewsU.DEF not found - project not frozen phone Unknown 1196265086423 1832


    please sovle this problem.

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileteam View Post
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    please sovle this problem.
    Those warnings are just that - warnings. Most of the Raccoon DLLs have not been frozen because they are only used by Raccoon EXEs. Hence, freezing them would not bring any benefits.

    So, if you cannot create the sis-files then the problem is elsewhere.

    Johan

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Actually the problem is we are able to make the .sis file. But while installing at a point it is saying "unable to install". We created it for N95 3rd Ed. FP1 and using the raccoon 11 version.

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileteam View Post
    Actually the problem is we are able to make the .sis file. But while installing at a point it is saying "unable to install". We created it for N95 3rd Ed. FP1 and using the raccoon 11 version.
    The "Unable to install" message often means that the SIS you are trying to install contains files that some other SIS already has installed. Could that be the case?

    Johan

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    thanks ,
    i was able to solve that problem now i am able to install the raccon webserver. But after installing the server application i am getting three seperate applications i.e. 1)httpd 2)Connector 3)Raccoon
    when i am selecting raccoon and httpd it is returning back saying "system error"
    what would be the problem?

    But when i am building it in winscw i.e. emulator it is doing well and all the functionality is working.

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileteam View Post
    But after installing the server application i am getting three seperate applications i.e. 1)httpd 2)Connector 3)Raccoon
    Yes, there are two Symbian servers in Raccoon; one in which Apache httpd is run and one in which the connector, that talks with the gateway and together with it provides the connectivity of the phone, is run.

    Then there are three UIs; httpd, which connects to and manages the httpd server, Connector, which connects to and manages the connector server, and Raccoon that connects to and manages both.

    The reason for the multiple UIs is that during development it is useful to be able to run the components completely separate from each other.
    when i am selecting raccoon and httpd it is returning back saying "system error" what would be the problem?
    That typically means that some DLL is missing. Have you installed both Open-C and Python for S60?

    Johan

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Thanks Johan,

    I got your point about the 3 UI's given for the developers convinence, but the other thing you said about the DLL's is a bit ambigious for me. Do you mean some DLL given by installing the python and openC into SDK is creating the problem or some DLL dependent on those DLL's is the problem.

    Anyway in my case i installed both of them correctly into the sdk.So what might be the problem?

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileteam View Post
    Anyway in my case i installed both of them correctly into the sdk.So what might be the problem?
    Did you install the Python and Open-C SIS-files to the phone?

    Br,
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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    thanks,

    yes i installed both of them before installing the racoon in the phone

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileteam View Post
    yes i installed both of them before installing the racoon in the phone
    Ok, so how did you install Raccoon? Did you create one sis-file in .../install and installed that or several in .../sis and installed those?

    Johan

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    i did the former one that is generated a single .sis file in ../install which i got from the .pkg file which in turn was from the .pkgi file. Then i signed it with Devcert and installed this single .sis in th phone.

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileteam View Post
    i did the former one that is generated a single .sis file in ../install which i got from the .pkg file which in turn was from the .pkgi file. Then i signed it with Devcert and installed this single .sis in th phone.
    Do you have a file C:\Resource\ErrRd?

    If not, please create a SIS-file that just copies an empty file named ErrRd to the directory C:/Resource.

    That may cause a more detailed error message than just System Error to be shown.

    Johan

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    ok thankyou for that, i will check that out and try to do the modification but i have another question about the same case.

    That is, i observed the following in the options.h file in the httpd code part:

    On EKA2 architecture (S60v3) dynamically loadable modules are supported.

    However, there seems to be a problem with the abiv2 based toolchain(s), since loading modules simply does not work if the Apache executable, the httpd/apr/apr-util dynamic libraries and the modules have been built with the build platforms gcce or armv5_abiv2.

    Dynamic loading does work if everything has been built with the build platform armv5 (the RVCT compiler). It also works if Apache (including it's DLLs) has been built using armv5 and the module to be loaded has been built using gcce, _provided_ the module
    is simple enough. Being simple enough means that the the amount of data with static storage duration in the module is small. Basically you should not have any more static data than what is required by the module structure. The evidence for the problem is circumstantial, so there might be more factors at work.

    So as i am also building in Gcce only can you infer the above for me.

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    Re: creation of .def in raccon rebuid

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileteam View Post
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    So as i am also building in Gcce only can you infer the above for me.
    Ok, then - unfortunately - I'm afraid the problem is that you use gcce. I spent some time trying to figure out exactly what the problem was and it seemed that under some circumstances, things are not relocated properly or some thunks are missing or something, but the fact was that loading modules into a gcce built Apache simply did not work. When Apache calls into the module, it ends up into never-never land and crashes.

    If you really need to build Apache yourself and not just use a gcce-built module together with the pre-built Apache, then acquiring the RVCT compiler may be the only remedy. Alternatively, build all modules into Apache itself so that modules need not be loaded dynamically. That probably works with gcce as well.

    Johan

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