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Re: Cross compile

On Tue, 4 Mar 2008, tanweer alam wrote:

I am trying to cross compile Xfree86 for my arm target. I am using cross.defand
host.def which I used for cross compiling xc-01101 package. There it was
cross compiling ok with the same method.
I have set the PATH to my toolchain dir.
How ever for some reason compilation breaks with
asm/mtrr.h No such file or Dir.
Also there is lot of warning like ByteOrder not defined.
I am using the following cross.def and host.def

/* $XFree86: xc/config/cf/cross.def,v 1.2 2001/03/30 02:15:17 keithp Exp $
* This file contains redefinitions of some symbols to enable
* cross compilation: e.g. paths for include files and paths to
* compiler images.  It will have to be edited to reflect these
* given your local configuration.

#define Arm32Architecture
#undef i386Architecture
#undef Arm32Architecture
#undef Arm32Architecture


I suspect the problem has something to do with your cross.def's failure to set Arm32Architecture.


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