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hpr1721 :: Cross-compilers Part 2

Using one of our cross-compilers to compile a Raspberry Pi kernel

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Hosted by Mike Ray on 2015-03-09 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. | Comments (2)

In part 1 I described cross-compiling, what it means and why you might want to, or even need to use it.

I also described how to create a cross-compiler tool-chain using crosstool-ng.

In this show I will demonstrate using one of the cross-compilers which I created as described in the last show to compile a Raspberry Pi Linux kernel.

As usual with my shows the show-notes can't be squashed into 4k, so there is an HTML version at:


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Comment #1 posted on 2015-03-09T04:20:39Z by ARMed

Part 1

It would be nice if you had the link to part 1 in the description too.

Comment #2 posted on 2015-03-16T17:53:32Z by Phalax

Good job

Hey there Mike.
Thank you for this fantastic series. You make a difficult topic understandable. ;)

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