Subject: Re: Cross-compile on i386
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Miles Nordin <carton@Ivy.NET>
Date: 05/21/2003 23:37:50
>>>>> "ab" == Alexander Bochmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
ab> Huh... Nevertheless the kernel's Makefile.hpcmips.inc has
fine, try it if you don't believe me. Now that we have build.sh that
patch I posted or a corrected one similar to it should work really
You'll probably get ``Illegal instruction'' dumps and strange
non-numeric characters in the output of programs that printf floating
point numbers, just like I did when I copied the kernel CFLAGS to
build the userland. If I had to guess I'd say maybe it is because
there's no floating point in the kernel, but please don't latch onto
that explanation because I really have no idea.
Oddly enough Postgres will compile only _with_ -mips2 because of some
assembler code in it. no idea if it works or not once compiled.
anyway i've got to go because my favorite daily drama _Yellow
Handkerchief_ is on TeeVee. I can't wait to see what wacky hijinks
Ja-Young is up to today. That girl is such a wild child.
There's some things you're gonna see that'll make it hard to smile in