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Re: Development setup for ARM linux hosted

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alekc wrote:
Thanks, but now it seems that configure script is not detecing proper gcc:

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checking for armhf-elf-gcc... no
configure: error: gcc is required to build AROS. Please install and run configure again.


and I have both: gcc-arm-linux-gnueabihf and gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi installed.


Either are your sources old or I forgot to commit something. I will check this evening.

Posted on: 2012/7/16 1:19
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Re: Development setup for ARM linux hosted

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alekc wrote:
Oh, it seems that apt-get is looking for those packages on every server it has defined besides ports. This is why it shows so many errors.
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The problem is narrowed to libdsl both for armel (I've seen your previous post regarding this issue) and armhf unfortunately. I have been able to install the rest of packages without problems with apt-get:


ignore missing libsdl now. If you downloaded the rest, you can start building AROS for ARM now :)

Posted on: 2012/7/15 13:09
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Re: Development setup for ARM linux hosted

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First of all it seems that armhf and armel packages are missing both from main and us server:
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Err http://us.archive.ubuntu.com precise/main armel Packages
404 Not Found [IP: 91.189.91.13 80]


Sure they are missing. Have you perhaps forgotten the necessary step:
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echo 'deb [arch=armhf] http://ports.ubuntu.com/ precise main universe' >/etc/apt/sources.list.d/armhf.list


The armel and armhf packages are not on us.archive.ubuntu.com, but rather on ports.ubuntu.com...

Posted on: 2012/7/15 10:05
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Re: Development setup for ARM linux hosted

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alekc wrote:
Ok, did any actually succeeded with Michals tips? I can't get all dependencies for armel (libsdl namely) and armhf packages seems to be missing from servers...


Ah yes, forgot to mention that sdl for ARM is not complete. But the thing with armhf packages surprises me. Are you using Ubuntu 12.04 or an older version?

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Re: Development setup for ARM linux hosted

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Will this also get me g++ or just gcc?


gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi is a metapackage so I assume yes, you will get c++ too (at least I have them installed). Anyway, AROS will build it's own cross compilers afterwards.

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Re: Arm Hardware

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we could start trying to compile AROS ARM-Linux-hosted


Start trying to compile for AROS ARM-Linux-hosted or start trying to compile AROS ARM-Linux-hosted itself? In case of the former I fully agree, since people complained before that there was not so much ARM AROS software around (well, how could it be if none compiles it). In case of the latter, there is no need to do so - AROS for ARM linux is available for many many months as nightly build :P

ARM target needs to get some attention! Then, an additional effort to make native ports will be worth trying :)

Posted on: 2012/4/27 0:36
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Re: Broadway hosted for ARM

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XDelusion wrote:
So here's my question.

In order to get programs written for the X86 port of AROS to run on ARM, does one just need to recompile the programs from source?


In case of properly written software yes. As I and Pavel Fedin were working on ARM linux hosted version AROS we haven't had to modify all AROS software. We wrote necessary parts to make this version of AROS running and were fixed badly written software*, only.

[*] Badly written software is, for example, casting va_list to an APTR or even doing so as if va_list were a plain table of function arguments. Such code needs to be fixed because it has very few chances to work anywhere but on author's machine ;)

PS. A standalone SD-card image for EfikaMX with tiny linux and Broadway is coming.

Posted on: 2012/1/29 23:24
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fishy_fis wrote:
@clusteruk

Not sure if this is overkill for you, but from what youve been saying it sounds as though lfs (Linux From Scratch)could be of interest to you.

It was quite some time back when I looked into it, and I never actually ended up using it myself, but unless I was mistaken the basic idea is to help a person create thier own linux distro from the grounds up.


Yes, there is such thing and I've been using it few years. The most hardcore part was to make a LFS on Motorola Powerstack PPC machine, but it worked very good. I crosscompiled the base system (including kernel) on x86 box and continued with compilation of packages on PPC.

It took many days and was a bit tricky, but it was worth trying :)

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working on it...

Posted on: 2012/1/9 12:51
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