in fact, you have an arm compiler.
On Fedora/Arm page, you'll find everything to setup an ARM/Fedora
under QEMU ; look at pre-built Root FileSystem (or RFS).
So, you can boot you virtual ARM machine, setup a build environment
(yum install ... ) and compile your packages.
Fedora provides you all packages to build a more or less complete ARM-distro.
Cross-compiling isn't always a good idea, because you can't run
self-tests (some packages do that to confirm everything is ok) at the
end of building process.
2009/3/13, Gregg Lebovitz <gregg(a)ics.com>:
Thanks. That sounds like a good idea, but I still need an arm compiler.
I was hoping to cross compile on my x86 system.
> To do the build, you could setup a QEMU to emulate your ARM board. It
> will be faster than trying to compile on your 920T (it is something
> like 64 Mb and 400 Mhz, i suppose). If i remenber correctly, it is an
> armv4t (Thumb instruction set)
> Once you have you QEMU up and runnig, install development tools (gcc,
> rpmbuild, ... ) and rebuild your packages with following command :
> rpmbuild --target armv4tl --rebuild name.src.rpm
> i hope this help.
> 2009/3/12, Gregg Lebovitz <gregg(a)ics.com>:
>> I am new to this list.
>> I have an embedian boad with a Samsung S3C2440 32-bit ARM920T Core using
>> an ARMv4 instruction set. Has anyone build fedora-core-10 for this
>> processor? Is this a reasonable thing to do?
>> I don't see instructions anywhere on how to do the build myself. I have
>> downloaded all the source rpms, but down know how to get the build
>> started. Any help will be appreciated. I scanned the mail list archive
>> and didn't seem to find anything on how to get started.
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