Re: Softfloat on ARM?
Lennert Buytenhek a écrit :
> On Wed, Feb 14, 2007 at 11:11:58AM +0100, Aurelien Jarno wrote:
>>> 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.
> Hm, I used to compile my EABI kernels with an old-ABI toolchain for a
> while, and that I think works just fine.
> The case where ALSA doesn't work is where you run an old-ABI userland
> on top of an EABI kernel (because the kernel does not translate ioctls.)
True, but I also experienced the reverse on my NSLU2. Ie an EABI kernel
compiled with an old-ABI toolchain and running EABI binaries. My USB
card was not working with ALSA. It may be due to the way the structures
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