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Ikkakujyu
post Sep 18 2005, 08:20 AM
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Alrighty.

I've been playing around with BitBake again, and after finally getting a toolchain together, I find out that it's using GCC 4.0. This is a slight problem because OpenZaurus 3.5.3 uses GCC 3.4, so I can't make anything work without upgrading my whole system or building a new toolchain.

The question I'm asking here is, would it be worth it to upgrade, or am I going to run into incompatibilities and such?
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fooman
post Jul 24 2006, 01:10 PM
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Did you ever try this? I'm running into the same issue myself -- my toolchain uses gcc-4.1.1 so I'm wondering if my programs will run on the Zaurus. I'm planning on using ipkg "--force-depends" and seeing if that works.

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Alrighty.

I've been playing around with BitBake again, and after finally getting a toolchain together, I find out that it's using GCC 4.0. This is a slight problem because OpenZaurus 3.5.3 uses GCC 3.4, so I can't make anything work without upgrading my whole system or building a new toolchain.

The question I'm asking here is, would it be worth it to upgrade, or am I going to run into incompatibilities and such?
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