rtems-users Digest, Vol 88, Issue 10
nick.withers at anu.edu.au
Wed Jan 15 01:03:12 UTC 2014
On Wed, 2014-01-15 at 08:43 +0800, Tom Smith wrote:
> Hi huber
> Can you give me a hint why I should get a native c compiler ? I am
> just building for arm architecture.
Right, but you don't have a C compiler, so you can't build anything for
your host that requires a C compiler.
"sudo yum install gcc" perhaps?
> And I am wondering what should be specified after
> `--enable-rtemsbsp=', I read the online doc page,
> but I can't find the README.configure file.
That's for an older version of RTEMS than you're trying to build (which
is apparently 4.11, from an earlier email from you).
Have you seen http://www.rtems.org/wiki/index.php/Quick_Start ?
> So what is the available bsp names ?
I don't personally know, I'm afraid. Do you actually have hardware
you're building for? Are you wanting to run in a simulator?
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