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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Building entire system on linux

From: Rob Ward
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Building entire system on linux
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 11:47:46 +1300
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I tend to run FreeBSD which I have come to really like. I'm just wondering how the FreeBSD port of avr-gcc is? Is it easy to install via the ports system?



Stephan Linz wrote:

Gavin Jackson wrote:

I've been using avr-gcc for a few months now under Windows
and have quite impressed with the code generated and some
of the optimisations the compiler does. I've managed to customise
the make files to do just what I want, but now I'm ready for more!

I'd like to switch to a linux (Mandrake 8.2) environment rather
than Windows.


I have limited linux experience but armed with
enough information I'd like to build all needed files for myself.
I have downloaded

I'd like to know how I would go about building the files within
these packages. Where do I copy them to and what do I
run? I have the development environment installed under linux.
What else do I need, or where could I find information on how
to make all files needed and all the options I have.

Have a look at https://sourceforge.net/projects/cdk4avr/ -- a comprehensive AVR tool chain under Linux. It includes all the stuff you need to work at AVR projects in form of RPMS. Further there are all RPM spec files and patches you would need to rebuild each package (if you want). Just now CDK4AVR includes the latest development snapshot you've named above.

BTW Mandrake is a good choice. It's based on RedHat but not so expensive and (!) all the packages of CDK4AVR was building under Mandrake 8.2. (sorry all Debians)


Thanks in advance


Gavin Jackson
R&D Software Engineer
New Zealand

avr-gcc-list at http://avr1.org

Thanks in advance.

Rob Ward
Beaglehole Instruments Ltd.,
32 Salamanca Road,
New Zealand.
Phone +64 4 473 7749
Fax +64 4 473 2686


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