question crosstool-0.28-rc36 for PPC 860
Mon Oct 4 18:24:00 GMT 2004
I am slightly confused now.
In my case the "host" and "target" machine is the same - let say it is PPC 860 (though it is really PQ2FADS-VR board with MPC 8275 - not sure but do hope they are compatible enough) - so if I tar the:
directory, produced by crosstool in my Intel/Windows XP cygwin
and ftp it to the root file system, mounted by my board during its booting, - should I not expect to be able to run this compiler, which will produce executables runnable on this very board itself ?
Alexander Povolotsky wrote:
> I cross-compiled (using cygwin on my Windows XP/Intel laptop)
> the gcc 3.4.1 compiler for PPC 860 using crosstool-0.28-rc36.
> Could I expect the resulted/built gcc 3.4.1 compiler to run/function
>ÂnativelyÂ on the PQ2FADS-VR board (with MPC 8275), running Linux
Not generally. However, it's fairly easy to do a
canadian cross build that will. See
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