Getting CodeSourcery Toolchain

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[http://www.codesourcery.com/ CodeSourcery] Sourcery G++ Lite toolchain for ARM GNU/Linux EABI processors is used for this project. The binary distribution for 2009q1 version is available here:
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[http://www.codesourcery.com/ CodeSourcery] Sourcery G++ Lite toolchain for ARM GNU/Linux EABI processors is used for this project. The binary distribution for '''2009q1-203''' version is available here:
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http://www.codesourcery.com/gnu_toolchains/arm/portal/release858
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https://sourcery.mentor.com/sgpp/lite/arm/portal/release858
Use one of the available package formats and install it on your system, preferably in the <code>/opt/arm-2009q1</code> directory, which would require root permissions on most Linux systems. Alternatively, it can be installed in user’s home directory. Just make sure that toolchain <code>bin</code> directory is in your <code>PATH</code>.
Use one of the available package formats and install it on your system, preferably in the <code>/opt/arm-2009q1</code> directory, which would require root permissions on most Linux systems. Alternatively, it can be installed in user’s home directory. Just make sure that toolchain <code>bin</code> directory is in your <code>PATH</code>.
NOTE:  For x86_64 systems you will probably also need to install the ia32-libs package to install the CodeSourcery Toolchain.  This was verified on Ubuntu 10.04.
NOTE:  For x86_64 systems you will probably also need to install the ia32-libs package to install the CodeSourcery Toolchain.  This was verified on Ubuntu 10.04.

Revision as of 08:09, 4 December 2011

CodeSourcery Sourcery G++ Lite toolchain for ARM GNU/Linux EABI processors is used for this project. The binary distribution for 2009q1-203 version is available here:

https://sourcery.mentor.com/sgpp/lite/arm/portal/release858

Use one of the available package formats and install it on your system, preferably in the /opt/arm-2009q1 directory, which would require root permissions on most Linux systems. Alternatively, it can be installed in user’s home directory. Just make sure that toolchain bin directory is in your PATH.

NOTE: For x86_64 systems you will probably also need to install the ia32-libs package to install the CodeSourcery Toolchain. This was verified on Ubuntu 10.04.

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