what is mips_fp_le-gcc?
Tue Oct 25 18:12:00 GMT 2005
Thats true. This is montavista toolchain for TI AR7 platform.
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FYI, this looks like the naming convention Montavista
uses for their LSP distributions. Netgear may be using them
for their platform. fp=floating point, le=little endian
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> I try do crosscompile a source code for my Netgear Router
> which is running on a MIPS architecture. I have downloaded
> the public sources from Netgear and it looks quite reasonable
> to me, but when trying to compiling the code in the
> linux-2.4.17_mvl21 tree by doing a "make", the compiler it
> wants to use for compiling is called mips_fp_le-gcc. I cannot
> find this compiler nowhere in The Net...
> I tried to compile the stuff with mipsel-linux-gcc instead of
> mips_fp_le-gcc (downloaded from the linux-mips.org site), but
> this compiler complains about some unknown options (-mcpu=r4600) .
> So I think I need an RPM with the mips_fp_le-gcc compiler
> ...where can I find that? Any hint about to which project
> this compiler belongs?
> Sorry if this is an FAQ but I am pretty unpractised with
> cross-compiling ;-)
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