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>I'm not too sure if this is the most afficient way, as I'm a crossgcc >newbie by myself, but from my point of view I'd define an extra >section for this (for example .fpgadata) as follows: > > [linker file snipped] > Your example worked pretty much as is. It turns out that the difficult part (which I thought would be easy) is using objcopy. It apparently won't directly convert an S-record file (or any format I could get the data file into) to elf. In fact, I can't even convert from srec to binary; it gives me the error: Warning: Output file cannot represent architecture UNKNOWN! Anyone understand what this is saying? My "architecture" (as far as what binutils was built for) is m68k-elf, but I don't think that's what it means (even if it is, I can't see a way to specify it). The other problem (which I could get around if I could convert srec to binary) is that the only way to create a new section with objcopy is to use --add-section, which takes a separate file argument and copies the whole file into the section, without translation. Anyone have any suggestions on this end of things? I know I can use scripts and such to do the translation, but I wanted to do it with the "standard" tools if possible (I also wanted to cut down on the number of intermediate files). -- John A. Breen firstname.lastname@example.org ______________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com ========================================================= To get command help for the crossgcc list, including help on adding/removing yourself to/from the list, send e-mail to email@example.com with the text 'help' (without the quotes) in the body of the message. =========================================================