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Re: [avr-gcc-list] invalid bfd target

From: Michel Catudal
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] invalid bfd target
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 19:23:17 -0500

Jamie Lawson a écrit :
> Hi..
> I'm attempting to use the Linux version (2001.2.28) of avrgcc. When
> using the Makefile supplied with the gcctest files it gets as far as;
> "invalid bfd target"
> I can run the compile and assemble steps ok, but when trying to link
>  it keeps telling me it doesn't know what an atmega103. It does know
> what an avrmega103 is, but it doesn't work either, or, more likely, I am
> unsure where/how to set this.
> Could someone explain this?
> Thanks.
> Jamie Lawson
> Controlled Environment Systems Research Group
> University of Guelph
> Guelph, Ontario, Canada

I have compiled with success the files of sometimes last week. I had
to combine the binutils and gcc to get it to compile. I would have
put it on my website on the weekend but I was not able to upload
it to my nbci website. The source is close to 20M and the binaries
around 9M. It includes useless crap like java which is not even used
with the AVR. I will trim it when I get sometime.

The reason I was not able to upload it is that nbci seems to be down. My
ISP doesn't like when I put too much stuff on his hard disk and
nbci gives me lotsa free space, when it works that is. There are very
few sites that give you a lot of space. Usually it's 10 to 16M.

If you copy over the source of gcc on the source of binutils it should compile.
Get the latest snapshots though.

I should have my RPM and SRPM on the web as soon as I get a site that works or
nbci gets back to life. My nbci site seems to be back up but I can't ftp
to it yet.

Tired of Microsoft's rebootive multitasking?
then it's time to upgrade to Linux.
We have all kinds of links
and many SuSE 7.0 Linux RPM packages

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