I should have been more specific, I should have said cross-toolchain.
x86 -> MIPS. I will check out the packages you mentioned below, and
will investigate them as an option. But as of right now, our build
enviroment is still x86 Linux (RH 7.1). We will be targeting a MIPS
processor of our own, I cannot get into too many details. We are using
the Malta board right now for some testing/eval work. But will be
quickly moving to our own platform in the near future. At that time the
Malta will prob be put aside.
On Fri, 2001-11-02 at 09:06, Dan Temple wrote:
> Marc Karasek wrote:
> > Has anyone got the toolchain (binutils, gcc, glibc) to compile under
> > BE? I followed the instructions at Bradley D. LaRonde has put together
> > and got the LE to work w/o a prolem. I then proceeded to try the BE.
> > Binutils compiled ok, gcc says that mipseb-linux is not a valid target.
> > Looking in config.sub I saw a mips-linux, is this the BE option?
> If you can wait a day, here's what we use - which is compilable both BE and
> We are going to release a complete RH7.1/MIPS installation image for the
> Atlas/Malta board on our FTP site, identical to what we use in MIPS
> engineering.All of our compiles for Linux/MIPS (except the kernel, which is
> probably irrelevant here) are done natively on Malta boards running Linux. We
> are using the compiler from the RedHat 7.1/MIPS Linux distribution.
> The toolchains on this distribution are (all commands run natively on
> the installation on a Malta board):
> > uname -a
> Linux copmld07.mips.com 2.4.3-MIPS-01.02
> > gcc -v
> Reading specs from /usr/lib/gcc-lib/mipsel-redhat-linux/2.96/specs
> gcc version 2.96 20000731 (Red Hat Linux 7.1 2.96-99.1)
> > rpm -qf /usr/bin/ld
> > rpm -qa | grep glibc
> Dan Temple
> MIPS Denmark
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