Re: armel cross development on i386
What is the difference between armv4t and armv5t?
My cpu is: XScale-PXA255 rev 6 (v5l)
I know about dpkg-cross. I play with it and my current cross compiler from http://debian.speedblue.org/
I cross-install arm libc6 package but compile doesn't understand library format.
I create few package directly on arm. But it takes a lot of time.
for example firefox and snes9x each build more than 24 hours.
Martin Guy wrote:
> 2007/3/13, Sergey Smirnov <email@example.com>:
>> Thank you.
>> But I forgot to say that debian armel distribution use glibc 2.5
>> I read all links.
>> Still can't find gcc 4.1.1 with EABI and libc 2.5.
> The ones at http://freaknet.org/martin/crosstool/packages do. However
> I suspect you should really be linking against a cross version of the
> real libc package from the armel distribution, converted using
> dpkg-cross, the tool that converts Debian packages of libraries that
> are the real thing for one Debian architecture, and lets you them on a
> different architecture as cross-compiling libraries.
> My funny packages contain a cross libc themselves: I'm not sure how
> this will interwork with the dpkg-cross'd version of the real thing,
> or whether dpkg-cross will work with the naming scheme I used:
> armv4t-crosstool-linux-gnueabi-gcc and so on. Fortunately for me I
> never had to do this, as I only had to cross-compile the kernel.
> Of course the real answer is to have (or be able to generate) every
> possible cross-compiler within the debian distribution or (worse) redo
> my crosstool output debian packaging script(s) so that it exactly
> matches the usual Debian file and package conventions.
> Still, it might just work, who knows?
> Good luck!