Question about cross compiling sparc64 on i386
simon at uow.edu.au
Fri Jan 30 17:42:16 PST 2004
On Fri, Jan 30, 2004 at 08:07:49AM -0800, David O'Brien wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 30, 2004 at 11:36:06PM +1100, Simon Coggins wrote:
> > Does anyone have a how-to or quick instructions on how to go about
> > cross compiling sparc64 world/kernel on i386. I assumed it would be as
> > easy as cd /usr/src && make TARGET_ARCH=sparc64 ...
> It is that easy.
Good I was hoping it was. I can see the answer to this is that I
shouldn't be building on one machine then installing on another. The
build machine should install the files. That just means I have to do
weird nfs mounts that I didn't want to do. But I'll explain what I'm
> > Once it finished the installkernel on the ultra 5 didn't work becuase
> > it couldn't find some modules it was looking to install. And
> > installworld failed because it didn't build the tools to install (ala
> > install binary).
> Error log please -- we weren't in front of your machine when this
I have an nfs share /usr/world that contains src,obj,ports
/usr/src is symlinked to /usr/world/src
/usr/obj is symlinked to /usr/world/obj
I have 2 machines like this, Chaotic (800Mhz i386) and Solar (260Mhz
sparc). Here is exactly what I'm doing:
chaotic:/usr/src# make TARGET_ARCH=sparc64 buildworld
This completes without error and the output can be seen here:
http://chaotic.oz.org/other/bsd/buildworld.out.gz (414k gz, 6.3meg txt)
solar:/usr/src# make TARGET_ARCH=sparc64 MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=/usr/obj/sparc64 installworld
This is where I get the install not found error. I also have to add the
MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX so that it can find the build directory. By default it
looks in /usr/obj/ but when you do TARGET_ARCH=sparc64 on
i386 machine it puts it in /usr/obj/sparc64/ From the looks of the only
the i386 legacy binaries are compiled (the things in
/usr/obj/.../src/<platform>/legacy/* so it puts that in the path for
installing and doesn't work.
http://chaotic.oz.org/other/bsd/installworld.out.gz (1k gz, 5k txt)
Anyway there's my error messages..
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