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> Compiling For Armv4 Processors
post Mar 2 2006, 11:36 PM
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Ok, first above anything else, hello everybody n_n
If someone here already know me, he/she may know then that I'm not here for asking 34352452234 support questions and give no answers...
I'm here because I'm a developer who recently acquired a zaurus device and I would love to port and create software for this platform just as I did (and still do) for HPC devices....
pdaXrom is GREAT, specially for developers like me. Thanks for making such a great "distro".
However... let's get to the point...

I'm already developing some stuff on my zaurus like dockapps and some utilities that are needed on a jornada (under linux).
The problem is... that the zgcc provided by you compiles for the xscale processor.
Binaries made by zgcc on the zaurus are useless in any linux distro on a jornada 720 (StrongARM processor.... that's ARMv4 instruction set if the information I handle is right).
I tried some gcc switches in a couple of attempts on building for older ARM processors but all of them failed in some degree... always causing the typical illegal instruction error in the J720..

gcc has way too many options and flaws, settings and switches, environmental variables and ways to configure each step.

What are the proper switches, environmental settings, bells and whistles that I need to set-up in order to compile binaries compatibles with a Jornada 72x (or other ARMv4 device)????
Is it possible at all?
Any information on the matter will be appreciated.
Thanks for your time, your effort... and of course.... pdaXrom wink.gif
Elias Zacarias
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