Re: make-kpkg cross compile
On Fri, Apr 11, 2003 at 04:36:45PM +0200, Emanuel Schmid wrote:
> > > if i set CC=sparc-linux-gcc this warning disappears, but the compiled
> > > kernel does not run (which very likely is not the problem of make-kpkg
> > > as"make ARCH=sparc CROSS_COMPILE=sparc-linux-" does not result in a
> > > running kernel either)
> > If "make ARCH=sparc CROSS_COMPILE=sparc-linux-" does not produce a
> > working kernel, you might aswell go back and get a working
> > cross-compiler. What kernel version are you using to build your
> sure i will have to do this, but i just wondered if this make-kpkg warning
> is a bug or if my unworking gcc is the problem.
> > cross-compiler and what binutils? FYI, you can get away with
> > binutils-multiarch package, and just use a cross-compile gcc, doing:
> the system i built the cross-compiler runs a 2.4.20 compiled from debian
> sources. the rest of the system is a sid that has seen some days (don't
> know when i updated last... some weeks ago). this means: binutils
> 188.8.131.52.18-1, gcc 3.2.
> i built the cross-compiler using toolchains-source, so the cross-compiler
> itself is a 3.2 too. until now i had no problems with gcc, but could 3.2
> be the problem?
> well, i'll try some things...
3.2 is the problem. Only recently have sparc/sparc64 been compilable
with gcc-3.2. In fact, sparc32 will only be compilable with it when the
patches make it to Marcelo/Linus (which they haven't yet).
I'd go with 2.95.
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