I've been cross-compiling by prepending
~/overo-oe/tmp/cross/armv7a/bin to my $PATH and specifying
CC=arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc and the like in the right
places. This has been working well.
However, I'm trying to cross-compile a big project that
didn't routinely use the make variables to find the
compiler, so I wanted to use the regularly-named binaries in
Unfortunately, when I point my PATH there, I get error
messages saying that gcc can't find cc1, and ld can't find
what looks a C runtime object.
The program cc1 does exist in
but "gcc -print-search-dirs | grep programs" doesn't include
this exact directory in its list. Several near misses, but
not this one.
What am I missing? Should I just install a clever symlink
somewhere to make one of those directories work?
Dennis Rockwell dennis@...
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