Try downloading the make-cross... package located at the
The README file pertaining to that package states
"This is the "standard" toolchain. It may not be
perfect, but it at least builds a working kernel and
some userland packages. It will be updated as major
bugs are fixed or every 4-6 weeks or so. If you are
doing development with Simple and/or glibc 2.2, you
should be using these versions.
make-cross.sh can be used to build a full cross
toolchain in one shot."
Nicu Popovici wrote:
> Hello you all,
> I am new in this field so if I will make mistakes please be patient
> and I will try to not repeat myself.
> So my task is to setup a gcc crosscompiler which will make code for a
> mips machine. The crosscompiler will run on a i686-pc-linux machine. I
> downloaded the latest stuff from oss.sgi.com ( I read the foozbar
> project which was to setup a crosscompiler on a Indy machine also for
> mips ) but I got an error .
> Something with signal 11. Can any of you have any ideea of what to do
> to setupsuch a crosscompiler ?
> Thanks for all the help that I will get from you .