2013/11/6 Felix Dahmen <felixdahmen@...>
> Hey there!
> Sorry but the question was asked in similar ways several times. i tried a
> lot on finding out on my own how all this cross compiling works but I
> Situation is: I have an Overo Tidalstorm and a thumbo module.
> What i want is: to compile a simple C-program on my Ubuntu Desktop Host
> and then run it on the Tidalstorm Target.
> extra would be: I would like to do this in the Eclipse enviroment because
> I'm more used to it.
> So now i went through most of the descriptions on the http://gumstix.org/<http://gumstix.org/create-a-bootable-microsd-card.html> page
> and the wiki and Yocto project description and many more.
> After this i was just a bit smarter Because for me every description went
> far to deep in details I guess. for example the cross-compiling section at
> gumstix.org just concerns the compiling of a whole Kernel but not how to
> do this for a simple program.
> I think the most easy description was about compiling the source code on
> the target whithout cross compiling it. But this is not what i want.
> So I please you to give me a small step by step instruction on how to do
> the cross compiling and maybe how to debug it.
> For me the Linux distribution doesn't matter so could be Angstrom, Linaro
> or Yocto(Poky). By the way what is the best one to start with.
> thanks a lot for the answer and I think that such a step by step guide
> would help many others as well.
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