Subject: Cross compiling
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Tim Underwood <email@example.com>
Date: 08/20/2004 06:23:03
Does anyone have information on how to get Linux to X-compile for
I've tried again to load netbsd on my laptop, and while the first boot
works fine, successive boots wind up in debug-land. Also appears the
kernel doesn't have PCMCIA Cross Bridge support, so I can't put a
network card in. Seems to be a big waste of time to get netbsd to run
on this laptop for cross-compile purposes only, when Linux runs fine on
It would appear logical that if I install all the netbsd headers,
libraries, etc. into a ~/netbsd structure, and configure and compile
against that, that, setting the target to be hpcmips, I should be able
to get binaries.
However, I don't know if netbsd uses the ELF format binary.
Any hints or tips here?