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How is Mono magical?

I'm learning C#, so I made a little C# program that says Hello, World!, then compiled it with mono-csc and ran it with mono: $ mono-csc Hello.cs $ mono Hello.exe Hello, World! I noticed that when I ...
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Cross compiling GLIBC for my ARM SoC

I am seeing something really weird inside a chroot-ed Debian armel environment. But first, a bit of backstory... This is long, but the question is complex and any potential help depends on knowing ...
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GCC error trying to exec 'cc1'

I was cross-compiling a Linux kernel for my Raspberry Pi on a laptop (running debian 7) (followed the instructions here); but when I start compiling (make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=${CCPREFIX}), I get ...
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CLFS: Building GCC cross compiler

Currently I try to build a embedded Linux from scratch with the instructions from Cross Linux from Scratch. Everything worked fine until I tried to compile the GCC Cross-Compiler. I want to build the ...
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Cross compiling expect for ARM

I have downloaded expect5.4 . I'm trying to cross compile it for ARM(PandaBoard) running stripped down version of linux. In the initial setup of configuring , I try Shell$ ./configure --host=ARM ...
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Installing a cross-toolchain to build ARM binaries on Debian

I tried to install a cross toolchain so I could build Linux kernel on amd64 (Debian testing "jessie") for my ARM system. I have this entry in sources.list: deb http://www.emdebian.org/debian sid main ...
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What distribution-maintained cross-compile toolchain packages exist?

I have just learned of Gentoo's sys-devel/crossdev package. This is a package that is useful for creating a cross-compiling toolchain. Are there any other such packages out there on other ...
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How do I cross-compile Chromium for ARM?

Goal I need to install Chromium on FriendlyARM mini210s running Linux 3.0.8 armv7l Environment Vagrant box with Ubuntu Precise64 Installed depot_tools following these guidelines Get-the-code and ...
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Building 32-Bit on a 64-Bit system

I'm trying to build the PHP memcache extension (v2.2.6) for i386 (32bit) on my x86_64 Ubuntu 11.04. ./configure uses config.guess by default (which outputs x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu on my system) but ...
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GCC (toolchain) for Ralink SoC - ELF not found and syntax error

I bought a Chinese P2P camera and there was no MJPEG stream, so I wanted to compile mjpg-streamer for it. Here's my CPU's info: # cat /proc/cpuinfo system type : Ralink SoC processor ...
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Backporting OpenSSL-1.0.1e to Debian Lenny (armv4l)

I have an old embedded board that supports only Debian Lenny. I need to install OpenSSL-1.0.1e on it. If I download the source code then try to compile the source code, I get this error ...
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Problem when trying to cross-compile an ethernet driver on an old Linux kernel

I'm currently trying to cross-compile a network driver against an old Linux kernel, in version 2.6.27.7 but the compilation fails and prints: make[1]: entering directory « ...
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Can I write C programs for Linux on OS X?

In case I'm writing a program (of any kind) in C, that is meant to be run on Linux environment, can I write it under OS X? (concurrency wise for example) I'm asking this because I like programming in ...
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what is the difference between cross-compiling and native compiling

What is the exact difference between cross-compiling and native compiling?
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Changing my toolchain architecture (in gentoo)

This is somewhat gentoo-specific, so I'll explain it in that context, then try to abstract it to a generic linux machine. I accidently set my CHOST to "i686-pc-linux-gnu" in the beginning, not paying ...
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Cross compiling htop libncursesw not found

I'm trying to cross compile htop on an x86 Ubuntu 13.10 machine for Raspberry Pi ARM architecture. I've a crosstool-ng toolchain correctly configured, but when I use the command: ./configure ...
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Generate MIPS architecture assembly code on a X86 machine

I need to generate MIPS specific code on my machine when I run my C program. When I simply run, gcc -O2 -S -c hello.c On my system, I get the hello.s which seems to generate some assembly code but ...
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How do I cross-compile node.js for ARM architecture? GCC does not report the FP ABI compiled for

Environment TARGET Single board computer: FriendlyARM mini210s TARGET Linux : 3.0.8 armv7l Cross compiling on vagrant box Ubuntu Precise64 Cross-compiling with GCC 4.5.1 ...
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Cross LFS - PPC - Error while compiling

I'm trying to build a CLFS for a PPC 8270 processor. All is fine until I use the make ARCH=powerpc CROSS_COMPILE=${CLFS_TARGET}- command. CC arch/powerpc/kernel/align.o ...
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using cross-compiled Valgrind

I have downloaded the sources from the Valgrind trunk and built it for using on an embedded Linux system(Montavista Linux) powered by an ARM926(ARMv5t architecture). Everything went well until I tried ...
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Why does installing a libc6 for a different arch not work for armhf?

I am trying to get cross compilation working, on a 64 bit system that already has i386 enabled: $ dpkg --print-architecture amd64 $ dpkg --print-foreign-architectures i386 armhf Only jessie ...
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Cross compile libzdb library for ARM9 architecture

I am using AM1808 ARM9-based micro processor for my project on Ubuntu v10.04 using G++ compiler. I am using sqlite3 database for data management. My application needs multiple simultaneous access to ...
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Help compiling a Linux driver for a TV card stack

I've been trying to get my Raspberry Pi to work with one of two TV Cards that I have available on me. Unfortunately I live in Hong Kong where due to the digital broadcast standard, leaves me with few ...
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How to convince APT that a cross-arch package is installed manually?

I have a qemu-armhf chroot environment on an amd64 machine (it's mainly for compiling Raspberry Pi code). As such it can run both armhf and amd64 binaries but it's faster doing the latter. There are ...
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Cross-compile FreeBSD package as unprivileged user

My goal is to cross-compile binaries from an amd64 FreeBSD host to an armv6 RaspberryPi FreeBSD target. The problem I am running into is I am required to be root in order to make install, where my ...
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Cross-compiling and CMake

I am trying to cross-compile CGAL on an amd64 Linux machine to the ARM architecture. CGAL uses CMake for building. CGAL has several dependencies, including GMP and MPFR libraries. When CMake runs, ...
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Compile parameters for MIPS based codesourcery toolchain?

I installed codesourcery cross compile toolchain for mips32 architecture on my WIN 7 machince. I want to first compile a simple 'factorial' binary for my router which is based on MIPS32. From little ...
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target/build CFLAGS mixup when cross-emerging due to bug or my stupidity?

I'm trying to emerge LLVM using emerge from a crossdev (for ARM) overlay in Gentoo. I've set the CFLAG of the overlay to optimise for arm (-march=armv6j), which seems to make ./configure fail on the ...
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How to cross-build a Debian package

I want to build an armhf package on an amd64 machine. My armhf machine is a lot slower than my amd64 one.
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Cross executing binaries [closed]

I have a Linux machine that I own and administer (CLIENT). I have access to a UNIX server, with no administrative privileges at all (SERVER). Previously, I used to copy a lot of files from this ...
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Is there any pattern to specify target triples in GCC?

The gcc compiler use target-triplets for cross-compilation. I see some of these target triples like "x86_64-pc-linux-gnu" (the most common). I understand what means but I don't know how specify ...
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Is it safe to just copy shared libraries onto embedded Linux device?

The following is contained in the vendor user manual for its embedded Linux distro on the hardward board they supply Developers can put their program onto X-Linux device via FTP or NFS. Before ...
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Build Operating System version is different from Kernel version. Can this cause trouble?

I have recently messed up my Debian Squeeze installation. (click for more). I fixed audio but my battery state indicator and touchpad isn't working. In my attempt to fix this I observed that Kernel ...
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Compiler for 32-bit LSB MIPS MIPS32 architecture

I have a TV set top box that i'm currently experimenting on: I established a serial console connection to it through a serial port located on the board. I am trying to compile a simple C executable ...
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How to find out triplet without gcc?

I try to find out the triplet for my device, because i try to cross compile, but there is no gcc installed on the target device and i am not allowed to install it. With gcc installed i could just ...
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Error compiling 64-bit on 32-bit machine with -m64

Here is the error I'm getting: g++ -m64 -g -Wall -DCPP -c -Wno-char-subscripts -o myprogram.oS64 myprogram.cpp myprogram.cpp:1: sorry, unimplemented: 64-bit mode not compiled in make: ...
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Cross compiling ARM static lib with GCC for Mac iOS xCode projects

I'm cross compiling ARM targeted toy example static lib for the usage in Mac iOS xCode projects. In the lib there are only 2 files atoy.c and atoy.h with simple function taking 2 int arguments and ...
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Set up enviroment for cross-compilation to i386, armel, armhf, arm64 and mips with no libglib2 conflicts

I'm trying to set up a build environment for a software in Debian Jessie. I need to produce amd64, i386 and eventually armel and armhf binaries of the software. It would be cool if I could ...
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How can I cross compile the dd linux tool for arm?

I need to cross-compile a full version of dd because my device only has a busybox one that doesn't support many options. Where do I get the source for it? I've been looking on the kernel repo online ...
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Error compiling buildroot

I updated my buildroot for the version "2014.08" (stable version) and I updated the Kernel version (3.12.26) of my project, when the buildroot try to build the linux-headers-3.12.26 package, occurs ...
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How to properly set up a cross-compiling environment for Windows?

I'm working on an application written in C that's supposed to run on at least Linux and Windows. I usually work on Linux, so I'd like to be able to cross-compile my application for Windows. My ...
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Errors cross-compiling with distcc

I'm currently attempting a build of the Raspbian kernel using both a cross-compiler (for the Raspberry Pi 2's ARM processor) and distcc, based on the instructions posted at the Raspberry Pi website. I ...
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How to make iwconfig fully work on embedded Linux

The target embedded Linux is ARM Xilinx Zynq, and I am working in CentOS to compile to ARM using Xilinx's tool. The target OS is working now and I want to setup the wifi using iwconfig. I downloaded ...
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Building custom glibc and compiling program against it

I've been scouring the internet for a couple of days now to get some information on how to (cross)compile glibc and then compile a program against it. So far, I've managed to compile glibc using the ...
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Cross Compile GMP and Openswan for ARM

I have to cross compile opensawn for a OMAP4 Board and GMP is prerequisite. First I tried it on 64 bit OS but it gave me this error: configure: error: Oops, mp_limb_t is 64 bits, but the assembler ...
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Cross compile a raspberry pi kernel

I've been trying for the past few hours to cross compile a rpi kernel on my Arch Linux distro and then my Ubuntu distro when that failed, I received similar errors for both attempts. I'm currently ...
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GNU toolchains against GCC SVN?

Is there anything like CodeSourcery which provides prebuilt binaries for arm toolchains built against gcc-svn. http://elinux.org/Toolchains#Prebuilt_toolchains Otherwise, a working instruction for ...
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Host and target machine

Can someone explain what host machine represent, and what target machine represent, when configuring cross-compilers?
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How to use my cross-compiler to compile something?

I informed about cross-compiling and found many information on how to create one, but very little information on how to use it. I would like to compile the tool bluez-utils-3.36 from this site with ...
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How to deduce the right target for a GCC cross-build?

I have a 32 bit x86 machine where Debian is up and running with this properties uname -r is 3.2.0-4-486 and uname -m is i586 in this situation i have to pick the right HOST and TARGET prefix so ...