CodeSourcery is a toolchain for cross-compiling and debugging:
The free Lite edition is at this link. I grabbed the "GNU/Linux" download:
I installed by following these instructions:
Except that I added the installation to the PATH variable in /etc/profile, then rebooted. The toolchain uses GCC 4.5.1.
Comments:Posted on 18 Nov 2011, 21:39 by Dougal
Barry, you might want to look at the Linaro toolchain:
They make a lot of improvements for ARM support and, since upstream for things like GCC takes a while to put out a new release, a "mainstream" toolchain will be pretty out-of-date (note that they also release a kernel every month).
Posted on 19 Nov 2011, 5:26 by BarryK
Yes, it looks good, however it is based on Ubuntu 11.10, which, I understand, is for ARMv7. The RaspberryPi developers mentioned that an older Ubuntu has to be used on their ARMv6 system.
Posted on 18 Dec 2011, 2:51 by Aitch
Use of /opt in Puppy
Please see thread and comment, thanks
I've asked Jemimah and the Saluki team to look, too