Forgive me, I just found ralf's updated faq at
someone might wish to link to it from the lena.fnet.fr site...
I have not quite followd the instructions in the above faq to the letter.
I'll pick a clean system and try again.
On Tue, 9 Mar 1999, Ryan Sweet wrote:
> Is there a canonical source for how to go about building a cross compiler
> for mipsel-linux? I have tried gcc (it didn't like the -mcpu switch) I've
> tried the rpms posted on theis list for egcs (they gave me the same error)
> and I've tried an egcs 1.1.1 (it complains about -pipe not supported.
> I can't seem to find a single page of instructions that agrees on what
> versions/patches/processes should be used to build a proper
> cross-compiler. What's frustrating is that they all seem to work to s
> apoitn, but none of them will build a kernel.
> sorry to fill up the list, but I've checked the faq, which points me to
> the precompiled gcc, which is the one that gives me the -mcpu error.
> thanks for any help
> Ryan Sweet