building lfs for NS Geode MediaGXm target
vze24938 at verizon.net
Tue Jan 16 14:04:10 PST 2001
Jesse Tie Ten Quee wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 16, 2001 at 04:21:25PM -0500, Andrew Plumb wrote:
> > ...but the processor has MMX extensions so perhaps I should be doing
> > -march=i686 instead?
> No, use i585.
> > I'm doing the build on my dual P2-333 because my target machine is a
> > little Advantech PCM-5822
> > (http://www.advantech.com/products/PCM-5822.asp). I was able to squeeze
> > an absolutely minimal Debian install into ~90MB of my 128MB CompactFlash
> > boot device; the other ~24MB was the DOS boot partition. I did this by
> > copying the entire Debian CD to a partition of a little PCMCIA-mounted 1GB
> > Microdrive; digital gymnastics to say the least. :-)
> > (Un)fortunately, this is a less-than elegant solution. Trying to make
> > enough room for a complete-enough development environment on that machine
> > lands up breaking more than it enables. Without a functional development
> > environment on-machine I can't compile the audio and video drivers
> > specific to the board, among other things...
> I know the felling...
> Have you considerer getting Networking going and using NFS (or something
> like it) to mount partitions along with full development tools?
> > Andrew Plumb, VE3SLG
> > mailto://andrew(at)plumb(dot)org
> > http://www.plumb.org/tekmage/
> Hey.. your an OCLUG member right? :)
> Jesse Tie Ten Quee - highos at highos dot com
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