missing files

Mike Siers mikes at poliac.com
Fri Jul 27 13:51:19 UTC 2001

I am successfully working with the i386 BSP using the latest 
RTEMS snapshot.  I use an OpenBSD system as my development 
system.  Below is the list of files that I used to build
everything from the source code tar ball's.

   1) binutils-2.10.tar.gz
   2) binutils-2.10-rtems-20001107.diff
   3) gcc-2.95.2.tar.gz
   4) newlib-1.9.0.tar.gz
   5) newlib-1.9.0-rtems-20010221.diff

   1) rtems-ss-20010712.tar.bz2

   1) c_build_scripts-4.5.0.tgz

With these files you should be able to build everything
from the source code by following the directions in the
4.5.0 documentation.  I have not tried using the gnat.

Hope this helps,
Good Luck
Mike Siers

-----Original Message-----
From: lange92 at 2067.resnet.uni.edu [mailto:lange92 at 2067.resnet.uni.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2001 7:05 PM
To: rtems-users at oarcorp.com
Subject: missing files

Hello rtems-users,
  Has anyone successfully built an i386 BSP and the base packages for
gnat/rtems on linux? That is my final goal, but right now if I could even
get the C/C++ version to work that would be a start.
  I am installing on a Debian distribution. As I understand, the base
packages are generic and work for any bsp, so I imagine I could just use
alien to convert them to .deb packages before installing them. Would I
then be able to use those tools to generate an i386 bsp? If so, I'd like a
little background--I was never a RedHat userr, so I have no idea what the
SRPMS are for. Any ideas?
  I attempted to build the C/C++ version 4.5.0 according to the
documentation, but was unable to locate the file
binutils- on either the kernel.org or the valinux.com
servers. Even a Google search failed--has it really vanished off the 'net?
  Well, since I can't build the C version, I'll try jumping directly to
the Ada version in the next couple days. Any help, thoughts, or words of
inspiration would be greatly appreciated.


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