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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools need arm-linux-gcc


Author: Anshuman Tripathy (anshuman84)
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Hi all,


I need arm-linux-gcc which will work on windows or cygwin enviroment for
my project . Can any one give me some idea from where I will get
arm-linux-gcc for windows or cygwin which will cross compile application
for linux ported intel xscale pxa 255 target .

Author: Artur F*** (Guest)
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It's not easy. I was also searching for this but without any good
results. You can Download VMware Player and Ubuntu linux so u can run
linux on a windows box to compile your files.

Author: Martin Thomas (mthomas) (Moderator)
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> I need arm-linux-gcc which will work on windows or cygwin enviroment for
> my project . Can any one give me some idea from where I will get
> arm-linux-gcc for windows or cygwin which will cross compile application
> for linux ported intel xscale pxa 255 target .

Did you check
http://www.codesourcery.com/gnu_toolchains/arm/download.html ? As far as
I can see it should be possible to cross-compile Linux applications
using this package on Win32 hosts (without Cygwin). Not sure if you can
compile the kernel itself with this.

For my own (few) experiments with Linux on ARM9 I used an approach
similar to the one suggested by Artur (VMware Server, Debian).

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