Building GCC for ARM and Linux/ucLibc
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Hello, I have some trouble to build the right cross-GCC for ARM running Linux and ucLibc, which I want to support -fstack-protector. Indeed, if I use arm-uclinuxeabi or arm-unknown-uclinux-uclibcgnueabi as --target triplet, GCC's configure says: checking __stack_chk_fail in target C library... no but this function is actually provided by ucLibc. I need this test to succeed such that -fstack-protector does not imply -lssp_non_shared -lssp. Given that configure's test is based upon the $target value, I am wondering which triplet I should be using, since this test uses: case "$target" in *-*-linux* | *-*-kfreebsd*-gnu | *-*-knetbsd*-gnu) [...] *-*-gnu*) [...] I have also looked at config.gcc, and I think the triplet should also match arm*-*-uclinux* to get the right configuration. What triplet should I use? For the record, I forced the __stack_chk_fail to succeed (using --target=arm-linux-uclinuxgnueabi and hacking configure by hand), but later ran into troubles when continuing the build of ucLibc, where some parts use the GCC -rdynamic flag, which is rejected in this configuration. Thanks!