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Re: Target=powerpc-embeded, host=i386-linux Q:HowTo?

It MAY have something to do with the '*' in the target parameter.  I
think I encountered this problem when making the 68k tools.

Try --target='powerpc-eabi'

Brendan Simon.

Lubos Bohm wrote:
> Hello,
> I have the MPC850 which is embedded PowerPC.
> I thought I could build cross-compiler, host i386-linux and target
> powerpc-eabi. And than with some gcc option, produce the pure (without
> maschine depended things) code.
> Thats what I was duing for a M68k with some proffesional IDE (but also based
> on cross gcc) on DOS.
> Configuration, complilation and instalation ofÅbinutils-2.9.1 is OK. (With
> --target='powerpc-*-eabi'
> Configuration of gcc-2.8.1 as --target='powerpc-*-eabi' is also OK
> But when I try to: make LANGUAGES=c
> I get:
> Testing libgcc1.  Ignore linker warning messages.
> ./xgcc -B./ -DCROSS_COMPILE -DIN_GCC    -g -I./include  libgcc1-test.o -o
> libgcc1-test \
>   -nostartfiles -nostdlib ./xgcc -B./
> --print-libgcc-file-name
> /usr/powerpc-*-eabi/bin/ld:built in linker
> script:5: parse error
> make: *** [libgcc1-test] Error 1
> It might be that the cross version of ld is broken, because i got the error
> (/usr/powerpc-*-eabi/bin/ld:built in linker script:5: parse error) when
> i tried to execute the ld "as is". I have no idea, if it needs some other
> target libraries or headers. But for the MPC850, I won't need any libraries,
> headers because later I will generate just the "pure" code for the MPC850. -
> or am I wrong?
> Have You any idea?
> If any answer, please do also CC:, because I'm not member of
> Thank You for Your time,
> Best regards,
> Lubos Bohm
> Internet team of Czech Radio