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Compiling Android source from command line

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I try to compile Android source code following the steps given here:

http://geosoft.no/development/android.html

It works in ubuntu and it does not work(project does not compile and APK not generated) in fedora.

I have attached the terminal logs for the working(in ubuntu) and non-working(in Fedora) cases.

I would appreciate if someone kindly compare the logs and let me know the reason for the build not working correctly in Fedora.

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Looks like you've got issues around shared libraries with curses and zlib. See maybe http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11340056/eclipse-on-x64-fedora
Check issues to do with bittedness around those two libraries
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