Subject: Re: acorn32 cross
To: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?J=F6rn?= Seger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Richard Earnshaw <email@example.com>
Date: 09/06/2004 11:01:04
On Mon, 2004-09-06 at 10:36, J=F6rn Seger wrote:
> Hi *
> As I am a newbie in the field of netBSD-crosscompiling, I need some help =
> I am working on a i386 netBSD system and I would like to cross-compile ne=
> for an arm7-processor. (ok, there is a lot of work to do, to bring the sy=
> up on my embbeded eval-board, but apart from that ...)
> So I try (for a basis) to compile the acorn32 kernel as supposed on Huber=
> "Cross-Development with NetBSD"-Tutorial.
> First I get the cvs sources and found out, that build changes the -t opti=
> "tools". Is that right!?=20
> So I compiled the crossbuilding tools. Then I started to compile a new ke=
> (just GENERIC).
> nbconfig - works; nbmake depend - works; nbmake fails (see below).
> Same happens, if I use the release-1-6 sources.
> Seems, that the assembler don't understand me :-(
> Any advices?
> Thanks in advance - J=F6rn
You probably don't have a cross assembler installed.
However, if all you are trying to do is cross-compile the netbsd
sources, then the build.sh script in the top level of the sources
directory should do everything for you.
follow the instructions.