Problems with RTEMS installation
claudiodcsilva at gmail.com
Mon May 23 10:09:26 UTC 2011
It seems that you have a wrong target in rtems configure.
If your gcc is named sparc-rtems4.8-gcc then the target on your rtems
configuration should be "--target=sparc-rtems4.8"
../rtems-4.8/configure --disable-tests --disable-posix --disable-itron
--disable-networking --disable-cxx --enable-rtemsbsp=leon3
On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 10:43 AM, Konstantinos Papadopoulos
<kpapadopoulos1984 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am currently involved in some projects related to testing of Real-Time
> Operating Systems including RTEMS for LEON3.
> I tried to build and install RTEMS toolchain based on the specific “Getting
> Started” Guide for performing some measurements, but I experienced some
> problems. It must be pointed out that the version of RTEMS used is 4.8.1
> while the PC is running Ubuntu 11.04.
> During ‘make’, an error with the message “No acceptance cc found in $PATH”
> that causes the unsuccessful termination of this procedure occurs. This
> seems to happen because the cross compilation toolset may be ignored, since
> a message “checking for sparc-rtems-gcc… no” is performed before the
> aforementioned error (the same also happens with other components of cross
> compilation such as ‘sparc-rtems-strip’). Moreover, it must be pointed out
> that I do have the cross compilation toolset in our search path as the guide
> mentioned above advices us to do, while it is first in it to ensure that I
> am using the intended version of all tools. Finally, when I try to access
> these tools from an independent bash shell, they are recognized and run
> regularly. To summarize, I would like to ask you whether this problem has
> been previously referred and if there is any solution to overpass it.
> Thank you in advance,
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