> Thus spake Ralf Baechle:
> > Take a look at the little endian RPM packages I've published on
> > kernel.panic.julia.de. All these packages were build from the vanilla
> > SRPM packages on the RedHat 4.1 package.
> Yeah, yeah... =)
> Once I get a natively-hosted compiler working, I'll be cranking out
> RPMs[*]. In the meantime, convincing some of those packages to
> cross-compile is pretty interesting. Lots of post-./configure
> Makefile munging with perl and the like.
Urgs... Easier solution - in most cases running configure on a Intel
or even better Sparc Linux machine does the right thing. Or even
better - you can save the generated config.cache files and feed them
into future runs of autoconf generated configure scripts. I used these
two techniques to get my MIPS stuff crosscompiled.