I am trying to build a cross-development-system for DECstation-Linux
(target=mipsel-linux) on my Intel Linux box. Cross-binutils (2.8.1) can be
built without problems (using patch-binutils-r3k from
decstation.unix-ag.org), but how to build gcc? I have the patch from
http://decstation.unix-ag.org/kernels/2.1.121-pre2/patch-spec, but how to
apply it? The header tells
--- specs.old Tue Dec 1 20:51:26 1998
+++ specs Tue Dec 1 20:53:57 1998
but there is no file called specs in the gcc 188.8.131.52 source tree.
As the "Linux/DECstation - patching instructions for binutils and gcc"
state, the patch is not needed anymore with egcs 1.0.2. I have tried
building egcs-1.1.1 with target=mipsel-linux, but it also complains about
this being an unsupported combination. The egcs-1.1.1-Source also has no
file named "specs".
Could somebody who has done this before please describe the necessary
steps to build a cross-gcc/egcs for mipsel-linux? If possible, please
mention where to find any patches you have used in this.
I know that there are precompiled binaries on decstation.unix-ag.org, but
these are libc5-binaries while I am using a glibc-based system.
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