corsepiu at faw.uni-ulm.de
Sun Oct 27 04:07:38 UTC 2002
Am Sam, 2002-10-26 um 19.37 schrieb Heng Chun Meng:
> Is there anyway to confirm that? From my understanding on the
> steps described in the "getting started with RTEMS for C/C++ users"
> documentation, I'm confident that those tools have been built successfully.
> I have no idea what else to check. :(
Checking the contents of tools/build/config.log inside of your rtems
build directory should tell the details.
Alternatively, try to run the configure-script from cccheck-0.1
(attached to a mail I sent to this list yesterday) using
And check the config.log produced by it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Salman [mailto:unix at gofree.indigo.ie]
> Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2002 6:38 PM
> To: Heng Chun Meng; rtems-users at oarcorp.com
> Subject: Re: build rtems
> I *think* you either haven't buillt the necessary tools yet (ie
> rtems-binutilities, rtems-gcc, etc)
> or they are not present within your PATH.
I don't think this can be the culprit for this problem, because the
directory the built aborts is using the host compiler (ie. Cygwin's CC)
not the target compiler.
I'd suspect HCM to be facing one of the classical Cygwin/RTEMS-4.5.0
problems, such as
* Using ash as /bin/sh - Try to use bash instead.
* Missing /usr/bin/cc - Copy/Symlink/Link /usr/bin/cc to /usr/bin/gcc.
* Not using binary mounted partitions/filesystems - Mount your
Which version of Cygwin and of Windows are you using?
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