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Re: How to cross-compile the hurd

From: Marco Gerards
Subject: Re: How to cross-compile the hurd
Date: 13 Sep 2003 22:51:27 +0200
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Peter Wainwright <> writes:


> > I consider crosscompiling a waste of time.  Please don't do that.
> This advice I have seen before. I wish I could have avoided it,
> but the whole problem is that I can't get the CD binary distribution
> to work, therefore I can't run the Hurd, therefore I can't do
> native compilation... I can't pull myself up "by my bootstraps".
> I was trying to compile a mach kernel without the conflicting
> devices so that I could boot.

This usually works for most people.  You can compile GNUMach from
GNU/Linux, the only thing you need for this is MiG.  This is _not_
cross-compiling, you can use the GNU/Linux gcc for this.

If you can't compile it for some reason just ask me to do this, it
isn't that much work.


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