Re: Softfloat on ARM?
David Fokkema a écrit :
> On Wed, 2007-02-14 at 09:11 +0000, Laz wrote:
>> On Tuesday 13 February 2007 21:47, Joey Hess wrote:
>>> Laz wrote:
>>>> Someone mentioned on this list back in January that they would build
>>>> an armel kernel package: did this ever happen? Can't see one in
>>>> http://armel-debs.applieddata.net/debian but I do see lots and lots
>>>> and lots of packages! :-)
>>> I've only just finished getting the kernel to build today. debs should
>>> show up in the above archive eventually, but for now I've uploaded my
>>> first build to
>>> (All the other kernel packages for other arm systems etc are in the
>>> same directory. I've not tested any of these kernels yet.)
>> Timing! I built one myself last night!
>> real 540m52.723s
>> user 476m50.010s
>> sys 46m20.850s
>> Times for a deunderclocked Slug. Long but not unfeasibly so.
> Nice. Mine took 20 mins longer (real time), of which there was 3 mins
> more user time. I had some other processes running, so... I was a bit
> worried about the size of the deb, only 8.5M whereas my x86 debs are all
> 20+M, probably due to a lot more drivers.
> I also cross-compiled the kernel on a x86 laptop (1.5 GHz) and that took
> me about half an hour. First, I though that it wasn't working right (I
Note that you need to use an arm eabi toolchain. Building an eabi kernel
with an old abi toolchain work, and the kernel seems to works, but then
you will have some problems wrt to ioctls. For example Alsa do not work.
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