Ubuntu :: Cross Compiling Software For Arm ?

Sep 20, 2010

I am trying to cross compile a package from source for an embedded arm board, however I am not having much luck creating an arm binary.

After running make, this is what I get:

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I am trying to cross-compile my Qt application for armhf on Jessie, so what I did was install qt5-default:armhf, but when I tried running qmake I found out that it contains also an armhf version of qmake so I was not able to run it.Then I installed the amd64 version to have at least a runnable version of qmake, but it was only to find out that qmake contains only hardcoded paths, so I could not use it for the armhf libraries, well I could but I had to run qmake (amd64 version) and afterwards open the makefile and change all paths from amd64 to armhf.

But as this is not so convenient I was wondering if there is a normal way to do this, I know you can compile the source yourself but I had quite a lot of problems with dependencies there. Is it possible with the standard repository binaries or should I just go back to compiling the source myself? Maybe I can compile only the building tools without building all the libraries I already got from the repository.

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I'm trying to build some boot and kernel images for my WD Mybook world edition, which uses an arm processor on my x86_64 host box. Ultimately i'd like to install slackarm. Lilo doesn't work on arm so you have to compile your own kernel and have the bootloader statically linked to kernel inorder to boot the OS. So i'm using my slackware install to cross compile the boot loaders (u-boot) and kernel image (uImage).

I've successfully compiled the buildroot environment which has generated the arm-linux-* binaries, eg, gcc 3.4.2 for arm.


These are in a build folder (shortened in text below), which i add to my PATH


I then move to the directory where i want to build the stage1 boot loader, which is supplied in the GPL code from WD.


However the build fails with a segfault, which looks to be caused by the incorrect libraries and compiler being used:


It seems to be using my x86_64 libs and gcc 4.4.4 which is the host compiler not the target.

I've tried setting ARCH=arm but got the same results.

Do i need to export some additional variables or unset some to prevent the host files being used instead of the targets?

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1. configure - okay
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doc examples install.sh LICENSE Makefile package.sh README scripts src uninstall.sh


[root@localhost smstools3]# cat Makefile
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I just finished building a cross-compiler for i386-elf. But when I try to use it, the terminal gives me this error:

Code: Select all/home/isaac/Cross-compiler/lib/gcc/i386-elf/4.8.2/../../../../i386-elf/bin/ld: cannot find crt0.o: No such file or directory
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I am cross compiling a linux kernel for the mips platform. I have installed the tool chain and everything. When i try to build the kernel i get the following error message.

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