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Re: [MiNT] Compiling FreeMiNT
On 1/8/10 1:29 PM, Stefan Niestegge wrote:
There is no howto really. Someone needs to build proper working
binutils 2.20 and gcc 4.4.2 rpms that you can install to replace your
currently installed gcc. Then it is a matter of cd'ing into the
freemint folder and typing 'make'. Until then you need to download the
builds from mikro's site (use google to find it), tar jxvf -C /
binutils-2.20.tar.bz2 and tar jxvf -C / gcc-4.4.2.tar.bz2 (the names may
be different). Then you need to make those overcome your current
gcc/binutils by doing export PATH=/usr/local/bin/:$PATH. Then you can
verify if you type gcc --version and you get 4.4.2 you should be good to
go to the freemint folder and type make and you will be building with
gcc 4.4.2. If you have any other gcc or binutils builds installed under
/usr/local they will be trashed by this command I believe.
i want to compile a recent FreeMiNT on/for my Falcon with ct63.
So i logged in into cvs:
export CVSROOT=:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/mint cvs login
with the command
cvs checkout freemint
i get the recent main branch? Or am i doing something wrong?
If there is a 'howto proper compile FreeMiNT using EasyMiNT install
plus GCC 4.2.2 / Binutils 2.20' i was unable to find, please give me a