Finally I have chosen pdaXrom as my rom (it has taken a whole year... I tried everything under the Sun). So the first thing to do was setting up a development environment in my Z (thanks all of you that make such a nice collection of squashed images) and tried to compile my "must have" programs.
Currently I am trying to compile Qt 4.3.0, but there is a lot of things to fix to compile it (I am using the images Meanie has made available in his web site). And now it's taking more than one week of micro-drive 24/7 hard work (I make a fix, launch the compiler, and errors appear many hours later ). I am afraid the micro-drive it's not designed for this kind of work... Is this correct?
There is an emulator out there, QEMU, able to emulate several ARM systems, has anyone tried to compile "natively" with it, I mean having an emulated ARM system to compile quasi-natively...?
I am seriously thinking about cross compiling, the rom I tried just before (OpenZaurus) has a very well defined set of tools for this, even a virtual machine you can download to do the job... I am a little bit confused about pdaXrom, which tools do you use to develop and compile, guys?
I apologise if I overlook the posts that made those subjects clear...