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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] Peripherals
I'm normally building under Linux and the upload with Windows tools. That works
pretty well on a network drive.
Additionally, I quickly tried to compile the microblaze tools under Linux but
run into runtime problems, i.e. seg faults.
I'll give it another try sometimes later this week.
John Willlams wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> > That's basically what we've done. When you have a look at the
> > linuxppc_2_4_devel kernel you'll see
> > arch/ppc/platforms/xilinx_ocp/xparameters_ml300.h which is
> > nothing else than the file generated by EDK. Okay, this one got
> > generated by hand but we are currently working on having EDK fully
> > generate this file and the whole layer 0,1 driver structure.
> A quick question - the PPC linux port, do you do the kernel build/dev under
> Cygwin alongside the EDK? Or under Linux then bring the kernel image
> across to Windows for upload etc?
> Cygwin is a far from optimal platform for doing Linux kernel development!
> Greg (Ungerer) is already sniffing out the hero points associated with a
> linux build of the microblaze toolchain... :)