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Should I start a new thread?
Well here is everything needed up to date again to setup your Android Build Environment without a downgrade.
You wont even have to ditch Java7 for six you'll have the best of both worlds.

Arch Linux - http://www.archlinux.org/
Android - http://www.android.com/ | http://developer.and....com/index.html | http://source.android.com/

- Helpful links -
Android Development on Arch - https://wiki.archlin...dex.php/Android
MTP - https://wiki.archlin...g/index.php/Mtp

Arch repo pkgs needed these repos are Core, Community, Extra
Code:
<br />
pacman -S abs base-devel perl git gnupg flex bison gperf zip unzip sdl wxgtk squashfs-tools ncurses libpng zlib libusb libusb-compat readline alsa-lib  openal<br />
Add repo >> /etc/pacman.conf
Code:
<br />
echo "[archlinuxfr]" >> /etc/pacman.conf<br />
echo "Server = [URL=http://repo.archlinux]http://repo.archlinux[/URL].fr/$arch" >> /etc/pacman.conf<br />
Now just refresh/resync pacman and install yaourt so you can fetch files via yaourt(pacman wrapper) from the AUR Arch User Repo
Code:
<br />
pacman -Sy && pacman -S yaourt<br />
Yaourt Repo pkgs you'll need
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S esdl pngcrush schedtool repo-git android-apktool android-sdk android-sdk-platform-tools fastboot smali android-udev<br />
Multilib repo pkgs needed
You will need to uncomment the Multilib repo lines in /etc/pacman.conf
--Example--

#[multilib]
#SigLevel = PackageRequired
#Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Code:
<br />
<br />
pacman -Sy && pacman -S lib32-gcc-libs lib32-glibc lib32-libx11 lib32-libxau lib32-libxcb lib32-libxdmcp lib32-libxext lib32-libxrender lib32-alsa-lib lib32-libstdc++5 lib32-libxv lib32-ncurses lib32-openal lib32-sdl lib32-zlib swt<br />
Eclipse pkgs from AUR
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S  eclipse eclipse-android eclipse-emf eclipse-gef eclipse-wtp<br />
I'm not sure about all these some how they're dep's may have been already installed
Code:
<br />
pacman -S aspell dbus-glib enchant geoclue glib-networking gsettings-desktop-schemas hspell hunspell icu libproxy libsoup libwebkit libxslt<br />
Multilib more repo pkgs, best to save these for last or atleast it use to be since you had to downgrade.
Which we do not have to anymore. *smoke a little and smile*
Code:
<br />
pacman -S gcc-multilib gcc-libs-multilib binutils-multilib libtool-multilib lib32-readline lib32-glibc lib32-zlib<br />
These use to be in multilib, They are now in AUR Repo
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S lib32-libusb lib32-libusb-compat<br />
And last..... yes think I forgot? Java... the nasty bastard..
This will be installed so that you can keep Java7 but also have Java6.

Again Yaourt and AUR come in handy.
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S sun-java6<br />
The PKGBUILD installs the Java 6 Development Package, so make sure to READ THE LICENSE
Once this is all done, you'll need to source this file before you build.
" /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh"
So add something along the lines of
Code:
<br />
source  /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh<br />
Source it before building..
--Example

Code:
<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$ java -version<br />
java version "1.7.0_05-icedtea"<br />
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea7 2.2.1) (ArchLinux build 7.u5_2.2.1-1-x86_64)<br />
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.0-b21, mixed mode)<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$ source /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$ java -version<br />
java version "1.6.0_32"<br />
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_32-b05)<br />
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.7-b02, mixed mode)<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$<br />
Or add an alias to your bashrc or if like me you split exports, aliases, binds, functions, completions into separate files.
add something like
Code:
<br />
alias blowmejava="source /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh"<br />
exit the shell or reset;source ~/.bashrc

Hope this helps anyone having trouble or thinking fuck that I'm not downgrading, No shit that was why I always used Virtualbox.
Not now I'm using my main workstation without issues.

A dirty simple bash script to switch the python2 / python3 symlink.
Code:
<br />
#!/bin/bash<br />
<br />
WHATPYTHON=$(ls -l /usr/bin/python | cut -d ">" -f2)<br />
<br />
if [ $WHATPYTHON == python3 ]; then<br />
	echo "changing python symlnk"<br />
	cd /usr/bin/<br />
	sudo rm python<br />
	sudo ln -s python2 python<br />
	echo "python2 symlnk for python created"<br />
	echo "ready to build for android"<br />
elif [ $WHATPYTHON == python2 ]; then<br />
	echo "python is ready to build android"<br />
else<br />
	echo "python2 nor python3 is symlnk for python"<br />
fi<br />
Hat's off to all the dev's and themers here and elsewhere.
Big Thanks to Rootzwiki!
Again Many Thanks to Xoomdev who helped get me rolling and answersed all my questions.
 

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Should I start a new thread?
Well here is everything needed up to date again to setup your Android Build Environment without a downgrade.
You wont even have to ditch Java7 for six you'll have the best of both worlds.

Arch Linux - http://www.archlinux.org/
Android - http://www.android.com/ | http://developer.and....com/index.html | http://source.android.com/

- Helpful links -
Android Development on Arch - https://wiki.archlin...dex.php/Android
MTP - https://wiki.archlin...g/index.php/Mtp

Arch repo pkgs needed these repos are Core, Community, Extra
Code:
<br />
pacman -S abs base-devel perl git gnupg flex bison gperf zip unzip sdl wxgtk squashfs-tools ncurses libpng zlib libusb libusb-compat readline alsa-lib  openal<br />
Add repo >> /etc/pacman.conf
Code:
<br />
echo "[archlinuxfr]" >> /etc/pacman.conf<br />
echo "Server = [URL=http://repo.archlinux]http://repo.archlinux[/URL].fr/$arch" >> /etc/pacman.conf<br />
Now just refresh/resync pacman and install yaourt so you can fetch files via yaourt(pacman wrapper) from the AUR Arch User Repo
Code:
<br />
pacman -Sy && pacman -S yaourt<br />
Yaourt Repo pkgs you'll need
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S esdl pngcrush schedtool repo-git android-apktool android-sdk android-sdk-platform-tools fastboot smali android-udev<br />
Multilib repo pkgs needed
You will need to uncomment the Multilib repo lines in /etc/pacman.conf
--Example--

#[multilib]
#SigLevel = PackageRequired
#Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Code:
<br />
<br />
pacman -Sy && pacman -S lib32-gcc-libs lib32-glibc lib32-libx11 lib32-libxau lib32-libxcb lib32-libxdmcp lib32-libxext lib32-libxrender lib32-alsa-lib lib32-libstdc++5 lib32-libxv lib32-ncurses lib32-openal lib32-sdl lib32-zlib swt<br />
Eclipse pkgs from AUR
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S  eclipse eclipse-android eclipse-emf eclipse-gef eclipse-wtp<br />
I'm not sure about all these some how they're dep's may have been already installed
Code:
<br />
pacman -S aspell dbus-glib enchant geoclue glib-networking gsettings-desktop-schemas hspell hunspell icu libproxy libsoup libwebkit libxslt<br />
Multilib more repo pkgs, best to save these for last or atleast it use to be since you had to downgrade.
Which we do not have to anymore. *smoke a little and smile*
Code:
<br />
pacman -S gcc-multilib gcc-libs-multilib binutils-multilib libtool-multilib lib32-readline lib32-glibc lib32-zlib<br />
These use to be in multilib, They are now in AUR Repo
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S lib32-libusb lib32-libusb-compat<br />
And last..... yes think I forgot? Java... the nasty bastard..
This will be installed so that you can keep Java7 but also have Java6.

Again Yaourt and AUR come in handy.
Code:
<br />
yaourt -S sun-java6<br />
The PKGBUILD installs the Java 6 Development Package, so make sure to READ THE LICENSE
Once this is all done, you'll need to source this file before you build.
" /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh"
So add something along the lines of
Code:
<br />
source  /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh<br />
Source it before building..
--Example

Code:
<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$ java -version<br />
java version "1.7.0_05-icedtea"<br />
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea7 2.2.1) (ArchLinux build 7.u5_2.2.1-1-x86_64)<br />
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.0-b21, mixed mode)<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$ source /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$ java -version<br />
java version "1.6.0_32"<br />
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_32-b05)<br />
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.7-b02, mixed mode)<br />
[[email protected] aokp_jb]<br />
-->$<br />
Or add an alias to your bashrc or if like me you split exports, aliases, binds, functions, completions into separate files.
add something like
Code:
<br />
alias blowmejava="source /opt/sun-java6/envsetup.sh"<br />
exit the shell or reset;source ~/.bashrc

Hope this helps anyone having trouble or thinking fuck that I'm not downgrading, No shit that was why I always used Virtualbox.
Not now I'm using my main workstation without issues.

A dirty simple bash script to switch the python2 / python3 symlink.
Code:
<br />
#!/bin/bash<br />
<br />
WHATPYTHON=$(ls -l /usr/bin/python | cut -d ">" -f2)<br />
<br />
if [ $WHATPYTHON == python3 ]; then<br />
	echo "changing python symlnk"<br />
	cd /usr/bin/<br />
	sudo rm python<br />
	sudo ln -s python2 python<br />
	echo "python2 symlnk for python created"<br />
	echo "ready to build for android"<br />
elif [ $WHATPYTHON == python2 ]; then<br />
	echo "python is ready to build android"<br />
else<br />
	echo "python2 nor python3 is symlnk for python"<br />
fi<br />
Hat's off to all the dev's and themers here and elsewhere.
Big Thanks to Rootzwiki!
Again Many Thanks to Xoomdev who helped get me rolling and answersed all my questions.
Thanks for this. It will help many people.

For anyone wondering to set your Java back to your Java7 just use:

Code:
source /etc/profile
or you can add something like this to your ~/.bashrc

Code:
alias java7="source /etc/profile"
 

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Thanks for this. It will help many people.

For anyone wondering to set your Java back to your Java7 just use:

Code:
source /etc/profile
or you can add something like this to your ~/.bashrc

Code:
alias java7="source /etc/profile"
Ya I prolly should have mention that.
Thanks.
I use alias rebash="reset;source ~/.bashrc"
I wrote a different rc file just building and have it in my partion where I build.
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Ya I prolly should have mention that.
Thanks.
I use alias rebash="reset;source ~/.bashrc"
I wrote a different rc file just building and have it in my partion where I build.
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
Yup just for those who may not have known thought I should add it.

I have also added full arch support to my buildbot script. It should work for building any jelly bean roms or gapps from a repo. Supplying the full paths to each. I believe all the bugs are squashed. Just toggle ARCH="n" to ARCH="y" and it will do all that is needed provided you have MikereDD's java installed from the AUR. Thanks for the awesome Java Package =D. It also has support for flags being used from running the script.

https://bitbucket.or...-bot-script/src
 

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Yup just for those who may not have known thought I should add it.

I have also added full arch support to my buildbot script. It should work for building any jelly bean roms or gapps from a repo. Supplying the full paths to each. I believe all the bugs are squashed. Just toggle ARCH="n" to ARCH="y" and it will do all that is needed provided you have MikereDD's java installed from the AUR. Thanks for the awesome Java Package =D. It also has support for flags being used from running the script.

https://bitbucket.or...-bot-script/src
Not a pkgbuild by I started on one and went to up to aur and the one in the how-to was there. So I tried and it worked so went with it.
:)

Nice script. I've never built gapps from source. I will have to give that a whirl.

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someone can help me ? ,im using arch linux x86_64 with gcc 4.7.1

when im compiling cm9 source, i got this error messages :

target thumb C++: libjavacore <= libcore/luni/src/main/native/java_io_File.cpp
cc1plus: warnings being treated as errors
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp: In function 'uint32_t simpleMultiplyHighPrecision(uint64_t*, int32_t, uint64_t)':
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:205: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:208: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:212: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp: In function 'void simpleMultiplyAddHighPrecision(uint64_t*, int32_t, uint64_t, uint32_t*)':
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:232: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:237: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:242: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:243: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp: In function 'uint32_t simpleAppendDecimalDigitHighPrecision(uint64_t*, int32_t, uint64_t)':
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:325: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:329: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:333: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp: In function 'int32_t doubleExponent(jdouble)':
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:782: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp: In function 'uint64_t simpleMultiplyHighPrecision64(uint64_t*, int32_t, uint64_t)':
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:835: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:846: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:848: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:858: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:860: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
libcore/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.cpp:862: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
make: *** [out/target/product/a10/obj/STATIC_LIBRARIES/libjavacore_intermediates/luni/src/main/native/cbigint.o] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
hmmm .. any idea ?
 

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someone can help me ? ,im using arch linux x86_64 with gcc 4.7.1

when im compiling cm9 source, i got this error messages :

hmmm .. any idea ?
What device?
Only did a quick search and see some issue with libcore and networkstats.
I'm still at work for another hour.
Are you able to compile straight aosp? without issues?

Also much better to dump the output to pastebin and link it.
So people can pick thru more than just the last few lines of a build's error.
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What device?
Only did a quick search and see some issue with libcore and networkstats.
I'm still at work for another hour.
Are you able to compile straight aosp? without issues?

Also much better to dump the output to pastebin and link it.
So people can pick thru more than just the last few lines of a build's error.
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
my device is tablet allwinner A10 ,no i dont have aosp source code .. ok im fix this issue ,im remove CFLAGS -Werror in directory libcore/NativeCode.mk
 

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Are you able to compile straight aosp? without issues?

Also much better to dump the output to pastebin and link it.
So people can pick thru more than just the last few lines of a build's error.
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
Just saying "many bugs" doesn't really give us much info. Chances are it's a problem I just ran into (and corrected
) a couple of days ago for CM7. It should be a relatively quick fix, and I'll even send it up to AOSP, if necessary.

Just for poops and giggles, give me
Code:
gcc -v<br />
python -V<br />
java -version<br />
perl -v
I like to be complete.
 

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As a rule of thumb, I wouldn't downgrade gcc. It's more trouble than it's worth, and could cause a lot of problems, either now or down the road. When you say "android 2.3" do you mean straight AOSP, and not CM7 (I want to be sure). And how about following this advice (my emphasis):

Just saying "many bugs" doesn't really give us much info. Chances are it's a problem I just ran into (and corrected
) a couple of days ago for CM7. It should be a relatively quick fix, and I'll even send it up to AOSP, if necessary.

Just for poops and giggles, give me
Code:
gcc -v<br />
python -V<br />
java -version<br />
perl -v
I like to be complete. A
@nizardigital show us what @PonsAsinorem just ask.
also if you can't fetch all the the text from your terminal try again and dump a log like so
Code:
<br />
make -j8 otapackage 2>&1 | tee yourdevice-build.log<br />
then use pastebin or anything like it and link it here.
 

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Just a heads up for those compiling CM9+ on Arch:

There's a slight problem compiling CM10 (and probably 9) with inline kernel building. I haven't looked if other projects support inline kernel building yet. Anyways, here's the problem (and temp solution) till I can hunt down and correct the offending makefile.

http://bbs.archlinux...c.php?id=147928

Edit: this should be solved by now.
 

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Found a nifty program from the AUR for capturing and viewing logcats: logcat
Nice find.
I compiled and flashed killrom over the weekend. Inline kernel built without an issue.
You may wanna pick through
https://github.com/DroidTh3ory/android_build
https://github.com/DroidTh3ory/android_local_killrom
https://github.com/franciscofranco/Tuna_JB_pre1
Ive always had a decent experience with Franco kernel. Getting some great battery life.
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Sup guys, building always worked for me on Arch Linux, but something broke it in the last time, I can't compile e.g AOKP anymore.

Seems like I'am having issues with compiling dalvik / zygote:

Code:
<br />
dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp: In function 'int setrlimitsFromArray(ArrayObject*)':<br />
dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp:213:19: error: aggregate 'setrlimitsFromArray(ArrayObject*)::rlimit rlim' has incomplete type and cannot be defined<br />
dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp:236:43: error: 'setrlimit' was not declared in this scope<br />
make: *** [/home/leandros/aokp_jb-mr1/out/host/linux-x86/obj/SHARED_LIBRARIES/libdvm_intermediates/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.o] Error 1<br />
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs...<br />
Used package versions:

Arch Build System:
autoconf-2.69-1 is
automake-1.13.1-1 is
bison-2.7.1-1 is
fakeroot-1.18.4-1 is
file-5.14-1 is
findutils-4.4.2-5 is
flex-2.5.37-1 is
gawk-4.0.2-1 is
gettext-0.18.2.1-1 is
grep-2.14-2 is
groff-1.22.2-2 is
gzip-1.5-3 is
libtool-2.4.2-8 is
m4-1.4.16-3 is
make-3.82-5 is
pacman-4.1.0-2 is
patch-2.7.1-2 is
pkg-config-0.28-1 is
sed-4.2.2-2 is
sudo-1.8.6.p8-1 is
texinfo-5.1-1 is
util-linux-2.22.2-2 is
which-2.20-6

make-3.82-5

perl-5.16.3-2 is
git-1.8.2.1-1 is
gnupg-2.0.19-6 is
flex-2.5.37-1 is
bison-2.7.1-1 is
gperf-3.0.4-4 is
zip-3.0-3 is
unzip-6.0-6 is
sdl-1.2.15-3 is
wxgtk-2.8.12.1-4 is
squashfs-tools-4.2-2 is
ncurses-5.9-5 is
libpng-1.5.15-1 is
zlib-1.2.7-1 is
libusbx-1.0.14-1 is
libusb-compat-0.1.4-2 is
readline-6.2.004-1 is

Multilibs:

gcc-multilib-4.8.0-2
gcc-libs-multilib-4.8.0-2
binutils-multilib-2.23.2-2
lib32-readline-6.2.004-1
lib32-glibc-2.17-5
lib32-zlib-1.2.7-1
 

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found this picking through forums.
Better solution for the python3/python2 python symlinks swap or all out deleting python3.
Quick & Simple

mkdir /tmp/python2
ln -s /usr/bin/python2 /tmp/python2/python
export PATH=/tmp/python2:$PATH

I used ~/tmp, weird like that.
Code:
<br />
#!/bin/bash<br />
<br />
if [ ! -d "$HOME/tmp/bin/python2" ]; then			 <br />
    mkdir -p $HOME/tmp/bin/python2					<br />
    ln -s /usr/bin/python2 $HOME/tmp/bin/python2/python<br />
fi													<br />
<br />
export PATH=$HOME/tmp/bin/python2:$PATH<br />
<br />
run in android top dir, no need for patched repo, no need to break python3.

Sup guys, building always worked for me on Arch Linux, but something broke it in the last time, I can't compile e.g AOKP anymore.

Seems like I'am having issues with compiling dalvik / zygote:

Code:
<br />
dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp: In function 'int setrlimitsFromArray(ArrayObject*)':<br />
dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp:213:19: error: aggregate 'setrlimitsFromArray(ArrayObject*)::rlimit rlim' has incomplete type and cannot be defined<br />
dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp:236:43: error: 'setrlimit' was not declared in this scope<br />
make: *** [/home/leandros/aokp_jb-mr1/out/host/linux-x86/obj/SHARED_LIBRARIES/libdvm_intermediates/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.o] Error 1<br />
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs...<br />
Used package versions:

Arch Build System:
autoconf-2.69-1 is
automake-1.13.1-1 is
bison-2.7.1-1 is
fakeroot-1.18.4-1 is
file-5.14-1 is
findutils-4.4.2-5 is
flex-2.5.37-1 is
gawk-4.0.2-1 is
gettext-0.18.2.1-1 is
grep-2.14-2 is
groff-1.22.2-2 is
gzip-1.5-3 is
libtool-2.4.2-8 is
m4-1.4.16-3 is
make-3.82-5 is
pacman-4.1.0-2 is
patch-2.7.1-2 is
pkg-config-0.28-1 is
sed-4.2.2-2 is
sudo-1.8.6.p8-1 is
texinfo-5.1-1 is
util-linux-2.22.2-2 is
which-2.20-6

make-3.82-5

perl-5.16.3-2 is
git-1.8.2.1-1 is
gnupg-2.0.19-6 is
flex-2.5.37-1 is
bison-2.7.1-1 is
gperf-3.0.4-4 is
zip-3.0-3 is
unzip-6.0-6 is
sdl-1.2.15-3 is
wxgtk-2.8.12.1-4 is
squashfs-tools-4.2-2 is
ncurses-5.9-5 is
libpng-1.5.15-1 is
zlib-1.2.7-1 is
libusbx-1.0.14-1 is
libusb-compat-0.1.4-2 is
readline-6.2.004-1 is

Multilibs:

gcc-multilib-4.8.0-2
gcc-libs-multilib-4.8.0-2
binutils-multilib-2.23.2-2
lib32-readline-6.2.004-1
lib32-glibc-2.17-5
lib32-zlib-1.2.7-1
the error is coming from
dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp
lines: 213, 236

compare the file against their source.
try deleting dalvik/ and sync again
 

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Am I just necoro-bumping this thread or is just quiet atm? Looking around for some help in building android with custom tc's that throw weird errors, that aren't there on Ubuntu just on arch.
 
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