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post Dec 13 2004, 11:20 AM
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QUOTE(Ashitaka @ Dec 12 2004, 09:06 PM)
The problem is not when cross-compiling Qtopia, but when simply compiling Qtopia with your local system to be able to run on the Zaurus emulator.

OK...I'm starting to see things more clearly now. I'm going to move forward and use qtopia-free-1.7 for my setup over the holidays, the Zug has a lot of info on the use of this. I can see there's still much to learn, but I have a good start now.

Thanks for helping out.

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post Jul 21 2006, 12:45 AM
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The listed below are the basic steps and you would be done.. to read the complete article you can visit http://www.tarunworld.com/index.php?option...id=26&Itemid=36

1. Copy the bz2 file to a director say /usr/src.
2. Make a dir say named gcc 3.5 in /usr/src.
3. Untar the contents of the zip file in this directory.
4. go to the directory gcc 3.5 as cd gcc3.5
5. on shell give the command as /usr/src/gcc3.5/configure --prefix=/opt/gcc
6. on shell run make bootstrap.
7. on shell run make install(do it as root).
8. The gcc would be compiled 3 times and you might have to wait a while.
9. After the process is completed on shell run export PATH=/opt/gcc/bin:$PATH.
10. This command appends the gcc path to the environment path variable.
11. Now check gcc --v and you would get version as 3.5.

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