Cross compiling from x86_64 to SPARC
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Sun Feb 7 11:26:00 UTC 2021
On Mon, 01 Feb 2021 10:47:34 +0200
Baruch Siach <baruch at tkos.co.il> wrote:
> Hi Rich,
> On Mon, Feb 01 2021, Rich Fromm wrote:
> > I have an old ReadyNAS NV+ v1 from Netgear that's having some hardware
> > issues, and I'm trying to retrieve the data off of the disk array. I can
> > boot into a tech support mode, and telnet to the unit, and mount the disk
> > array, and the data appears to be present and okay, as far as I can tell
> > from a cursory glance. But I'm having trouble getting the data copied to
> > some other place.
> > There is a limited version of busybox installed, and I'd have more options
> > if I had a more up to date version. So I would like to compile the latest
> > stable busybox and copy it to the NAS.
> > Is the gist that I first need to build gcc from source (this will be on an
> > Ubuntu x86_64 box), to have a cross compilation capable compiler, then use
> > that compiler to build busybox?
> > If so, how to I figure out precisely what options to pass to `./configure`
> > for `--build`, `--host`, and `--target` ? And what exactly to set
> > `CROSS_COMPILE` to?
> Try this minimal Buildroot config:
> You will get a pre-built uClibc toolchain that will build a static
> busybox binary. You should find it under output/target/bin/.
> The config is based
> support/config-fragments/autobuild/br-sparc-uclibc.config, with
> BR2_STATIC_LIBS=y added.
As you probably have found out already, this IT3107 seems to be a sparc-v8
("LEON") 32bit non-SMP CPU without an FPU.
So as Baruch suggests, i'd try e.g. buildroot.
On debian you might try to build the required stuff for yourself with
the available gcc-multilib-sparc64-linux-gnu cross-compilers if you
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