Linux Montavista versus crosstool
Wed Mar 28 12:17:00 GMT 2007
Thnaks for the suggestion. I understand the point. Righ now I just
wanted to have a "quick" test with montavista. The advantage wich I see is
the real-time kernel.
What would be in your opinion the problem to use the monatvista kernel
with all the rest which is build with crosstool. What are potential
On Wed, 28 Mar 2007, Cliff Brake wrote:
> On 3/28/07, Miroslaw Dach <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I am new in the embedded systems Linux development.
> > I have the Xilinx evaluation FPGA board with PPC405 processor.
> > This board comes with the Montavistal linux installed in the Flash.
> > The linux itself works very well. I just wanted to prepare the additional
> > software which could run under Montavista.
> > My general question is. Is it possible to use the GNU cross complier which
> > is built with crosstools by Dan Kegel to run the executables under
> > linux Montavista.
> It may be possible, but it is generally not a good idea to mix
> toolchains in a project as you never know what problems you will run
> into. It is best to build everything with one toolchain, so in this
> case, you should probably use the Montavista toolchain.
> > I have successfully built crosscompilers and linkers with crosstools. I was
> > really amazed that the crosstools did it in such a straight forward way.
> Building the toolchain is a good start, but it is only the first step.
> The real challenge comes in building a complete distribution -- which
> you should do if you plan to not use the Montavista toolchain. There
> are several ways to do this:
> - use commercial toolkits like Timesys/Montavista
> - build everything from scratch (http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/)
> - use opensource build systems (Buildroot, OpenEmbedded)
Miroslaw Dach (Miroslaw.Dach@psi.ch) - SLS/Controls Group
PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut CH-5232 Villigen
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