I have written a script before to automate the stuff. I know this procedure can be hard and frustrating to retype all over again.
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To run just type
This will install the entire image to ~/build
If you want the SDK also just type ./build_clanton_598.sh SDK_BUILD=true
if the build process fails in the middle (after reaching the bitbake stage)
The script will fail on any error. So you can exactly know the point at which it fails.
JPMontero_Intel if you have the time please test the script out. It can be useful to everyone I think. Especially to people who are new to this. Its not commented since I wrote it thinking it would be for my own use. But if it is helpful maybe I can clean up a bit.
hancl I'd say this is a non-typical error, i.e. there are no known problems related to python-numpy breaking the build. I've used Ubuntu 12.04 to build the image successfully many times. Were there any errors related to python-numpy not being built? Are you building a standard uclibc-based image or you made some modifications in the Yocto recipes or config files?