My "cheap" cross compiler worked well enough to make a gnumach for my
SCSI card, so I can boot Hurd now. My Hurd is not very functional due to
a lack of packages. I only have 56K right now, so until I D/L the Hurd-F1
cdroms, it's basically broken.
Anyways, I am interested in using my cheap cross-compiler
to make a
real "heavy" cross-compiler, such as /usr/i686-gnu
From what I can figure, I get binutils and build
it for i686-gnu in Linux.
Then I use the i386-gnu cross-compiler to make the i686-gnu cross-compiler.
And finally I use i686-gnu to build glibc and install in /usr/local.
Does this sound right?
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