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Old 06-12-2012, 06:53 PM   #9
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DIY-KeK Ubuntu Core

The first filter/profile pair is built on Debian-7, ARMel
A good match for the "mainstream" compiler/toolchains.

The next is built on Ubuntu Core (a good match for the Linaro flavor of GCC). This UC is a pull from Ubuntu-12.04LTS (Precise).

The Ubuntu Core description page:
http://www.canonical.com/engineering...es/ubuntu-core

The rootfs release page:
http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-cor...ecise/release/

You will note that this comes in two flavors: ARMel (ARMv4+) and ARMhf (Hardware float, Cortex-A processors).

The gcc-linaro-arm-* cross compilers listed earlier in this thread have the libraries for both ARMel and ARMhf.

All of which will also be mirrored at: http://drpbox.knetconnect.com/KeK
(Once the uploading completes. Hint: if you don't find a *.md5 file, the upload isn't yet complete.)

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