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authorJoel Sherrill <>2001-04-26 14:09:17 +0000
committerJoel Sherrill <>2001-04-26 14:09:17 +0000
commit8351871339227a497e8cb174a46221726f2bbaf9 (patch)
treeb0411d73526c891de81849072c23f88518c63d48 /README.cdn-X
parent64c5edc1935aeaafcf3dd8b406a7e377f9a6a0dd (diff)
2001-04-26 Ralf Corsepius <>
* README.cdn-X: Update. * automake/ Remove -ansi -fasm from CFLAGS_DEFAULT, add @CPPFLAGS@ to CPPFLAGS.
Diffstat (limited to 'README.cdn-X')
1 files changed, 15 insertions, 8 deletions
diff --git a/README.cdn-X b/README.cdn-X
index 4f514e578f..d238bebfb7 100644
--- a/README.cdn-X
+++ b/README.cdn-X
@@ -13,6 +13,7 @@ Interested readers might want to read Ian Lance Taylor's article at for underlaying details and working
Example: Building RTEMS for sparc-rtems under i386-pc-linux-gnu to be hosted
@@ -26,7 +27,7 @@ on a i386-cygwin platform.
We further on assume these to be installed to these locations:
/opt/rtems .. linux cross sparc-rtems toolchain
-/opt/i386-cygwin .. linux cross i386-cygwin cross toolchain
+/opt/cygwin .. linux cross i386-cygwin cross-toolchain
/usr .. linux native toolchain and further tools.
2.2 Building sparc-rtems
@@ -37,12 +38,12 @@ mkdir build
cd build
<path>/rtems/configure [options] \
--target=sparc-rtems \
make install
-This will build a standard sparc-rtems RTEMS to the given PREFIX.
+This will build a standard sparc-rtems RTEMS and install it to the given
2.3 Building i386-cygwin host support
@@ -55,7 +56,13 @@ cd host
--target=sparc-rtems \
--build=`<path>/rtems/config.guess` \
--host=i386-cygwin \
+make install
+This will build RTEMS host-tools for i386-cygwin and install it to the given
3. Known issues
@@ -65,11 +72,11 @@ to require additional work. Do not expect this to work.
* The configure scripts expect to find a native c-compiler called "cc". If
your host doesn't have such a "cc" (e.g. Cygwin) or has a non-functional
-"cc" (eg. Solaris) try introducing a symlink <functional-cc> -> cc.
-(Eg. ln -s <path-to>/gcc /opt/rtems/bin/cc) and make sure this cc can be
+"cc" (eg. Solaris) try introducing a symlink <functional-cc> -> cc
+(E.g.: ln -s <path-to>/gcc /opt/rtems/bin/cc) and make sure this cc can be
found on $PATH.
-* It will *not* work for all targets requiring BSP-specific host-tools
+* It will *not* work for all BSPs requiring BSP-specific host-tools
(Unfortunately, this comprizes i386-rtems/pcx86 and all powerpc BSPs).
* Incomplete support for *_FOR_TARGET, *_FOR_HOST, *_FOR_BUILD environment