Subject: gcc and cobalt
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
From: Frederic GILLIERS <fredg@DotCom.FR>
Date: 07/11/2000 10:11:41
Well, I don't know if it is really the best place to post this message
but... Any help would really be nice (I tryed the gcc-help mailing list,
no one answeared)
I need to build a cross-compiler from i386 to a NetBSD cobalt. If
anybody has already done this and can help me...
I checked gcc faq and howto, but I still can't make it. Everithing seems
to go smoothly for the binutils but I can't build gcc.
I used :
-- binutils 2.9
I used the target : "mips-unknown-elf"
The binutils configure and compile smoothly.
gcc seems to configure with :
but when I do a "make cross" or a "make all" the compilation process
exits with "xgcc installation error : cannot exec mips-tfile"
I tryed to compile directly this file (I found an entry in a Makefile)
but it then says it does not find the a.out.h file.
I've been stuck here for two days now, I'll really appreciate any help.