I am trying to cross compile a user mode application for mips and I am getting
messages when trying to do that:
/tmp/ccgvdHuk.s: Assembler messages:
/tmp/ccgvdHuk.s:1270: Error: unrecognized opcode `btl $4,0($2)'
/tmp/ccgvdHuk.s:1270: Error: unrecognized opcode `setcb $25'
/tmp/ccgvdHuk.s:3124: Error: unrecognized opcode `btl $4,0($2)'
/tmp/ccgvdHuk.s:3124: Error: unrecognized opcode `setcb $25'
/tmp/ccgvdHuk.s:3769: Error: unrecognized opcode `btl $4,0($2)'
/tmp/ccgvdHuk.s:3769: Error: unrecognized opcode `setcb $25'
These occur on a specific file always, other c files seem to compile just fine.
I tried using
'sdelinuxeb-5.03.06-1' AND 'sdelinux-5.01-4eb' and both bail out in gcc with
the same messages at
the same location.
My CFLAGS look like this:
CFLAGS += $(shell $(CC)-print-search-dirs | sed -ne "s/install:
/work/GLIBC/usr/include/ -I /work/linux-2.4.25/include/ -Wa,-mips3 -mcpu=r4600
I was able to successfully cross compile the kernel and busybox using the same
toolchain(although i needed to use 5.03 for busybox). I am running these on a
redhat 7.3 box (alse
tried on 9.0), although I doubt if that really matters and its just the
sdelinux version that
matters. My GLIBC for cross compile is from glibc-devel-2.2.5-42.1.mips.rpm.
Any pointers on the one (or many) thing(s) I could be doing wrong to get these
error messages ? Is
there a 'comprehensive' one stop location where i can download binaries/source
for doing mipseb
cross compile activities (i.e glibc + gcc+ binutils+ ...) and work.
All help would be appreciated:)
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