Subject: Re: Need help: Out-of-tree cross compilation.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Valeriy E. Ushakov <email@example.com>
Date: 05/27/2006 00:41:33
On Fri, May 26, 2006 at 11:39:23 -0700, marty fouts wrote:
> I've confused myself and need advice.
> I'm trying to set up a build system that allows me to build
> applications out-of-tree but cross compiled for NetBSD, because I need
> to crosscompile aps for NetBSD on a Linux box, as I've mentioned
> I've looked at the log output from a system build, and, as far as I
> can tell, the Makefile below duplicates the command arguments
> necessary for the crosscompile.
> I get a hello binary, and it looks fine, except that it's missing the
> elf section with the NetBSD note, which, I presume, is the reason why
> NetBSD gives a 'wrong architecture' message and refuses to run the
> What is the last bit of magic I'm missing in my compilation to make
> the binary a NetBSD binary?
Have you tried the steps described at:
You will not have to add a lot of cruft like:
> CFLAGS=-nostdinc -isystem ../netbsd_quilt/src/obj/destdir.evbarm/usr/include
> LDFLAGS= -Wl,-nostdlib
> LDFLAGS1=-Wl,-rpath-link,$(BASE)/lib:$(BASE)/usr/lib -L$(BASE)/lib
> -B$(BASE)/lib -B$(BASE)/usr/lib
It used to work for me. I used it for cross-compiling a project that
targeted (among other things) NetBSD/sh3 and NetBSD/arm, and you just
need to set CC, LD, etc to the $tooldir/foo-netbsd-gcc etc.
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