Thu Jul 8 08:45:00 GMT 2004
I ran into this problem building a powerpc cross compiler.
Ok, I see the problem with the arm architecture, it is difficult to
know what the right thing to so is to satisfy all cases,
Dan Kegel wrote:
> Steve Papacharalambous wrote:
>> I've just run into the linux/autoconf.h problem, and fixed it using
>> the patch suggested by Rafael Ãvila de EspÃndola to crosstool.sh
>> @@ -145,8 +146,15 @@
>> if test -f "$KERNELCONFIG" ; then
>> cp $KERNELCONFIG .config
>> if test -f .config; then
>> yes "" | make ARCH=$ARCH oldconfig
>> + make ARCH=$ARCH mrproper
>> + case "$LINUX_DIR" in
>> + *2.6.*) make ARCH=$ARCH defconfig ;;
>> + *) yes "" | make ARCH=$ARCH config ;;
>> + esac
>> # check for kernel version 2.6.*
>> This patch takes care of cases where there isn't a kernel config file
>> provided in the crosstool archive, so I wondered whether this patch
>> will make it into the next release of crosstool?
> The arm folks feel violently that 'make defconfig' is a misfeature;
> there are so many variants of arm that there is no one default,
> is the argument IIRC. So I'm not sure the patch is right,
> nor do I know what the right thing to do is.
> Which architecture did you run into this on?
> - Dan
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