[Buildroot] bFLT build in precompiled ARM enviroment

Ulf Samuelsson ulf at atmel.com
Mon Dec 17 19:04:56 UTC 2007



| >I am not aware that there is such a thing like a precompiled ARM
| buildroot system.
| hm, do i mix something here up?
| http://www.uclibc.org/toolchains.html
| http://www.uclibc.org/downloads/root_fs_arm.ext2.bz2

That is a root file system.
I think you have to create a cross compiler to be able to compile more.


| >No, the way to build any application,m is to add a directory to the
| "package" directory and then >add a "<package>.mk" and a "Config.in"
| file in that directory.
| uhm. ok. you can point me to documentataion about that?

Download the main tree from buildroot.uclibc.org
and look in the doc directory.

| 
| marco
| 
| Ulf Samuelsson schrieb:
| > | hello list,
| > | 
| > | i've an running ARM enviroment, i downloaded the precompiled ARM
| > | buildroot system. 
| >
| > I am not aware that there is such a thing like a precompiled ARM buildroot system.
| >
| > now i want to build a "hello worl" bFLT binary.
| > | however, ive found that compiling bFLT should be something like:
| > | gcc hw.c -elf2flt
| >
| > No, the way to build any application,m is to add 
| > a directory to the "package" directory and then
| > add a "<package>.mk" and a "Config.in" file in that directory.
| >
| >
| > | it spits out an error about the entry point, however compiles to the end
| > | and is executeable. if i do "file" on the binary it signs it as an "ELF"
| > | file. so elf2flt was not working i guess.
| > | can someone tell/link me how to build bflt binaries, is it possible with
| > | the precompiled enviroment anyway?
| > | 
| > | thanx
| >
| > If you want to use jst the toolchain generated by buildroot for somthing
| > else, then you are probably sending the mail to the wrong mailing list.
| >
| >
|

Best Regards
Ulf Samuelsson



More information about the buildroot mailing list