Subject: Cross-compilation (sort of)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Bucketmouth Frogstump <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/05/2001 16:09:46
I've been speculating about the best way for me to compile large quantities
of code without having to use the slow old 3000/300 here to do it. There are
some DS10s in the office, but they're all running RedHat and nobody can
spare me one as a NetBSD box. :(
Anyway ... is it possible to compile for NetBSD on a GNU/Linux Alpha box?
Where would you start with setting up an enviroment like that?
Any pointers appreciated. It's probably simpler to grab an old Intel machine
and cross-compile from NetBSD that way, but I'm into doing things the
perverse way. If it's terribly difficult, I won't worry about it ...
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