Browsing All posts tagged under »codesourcery«

Scratchbox on Ubuntu

March 14, 2010

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Scratchbox is a framework to help developers with cross-compilation of Linux software. Cross-compilation is the process of compiling a program that will run on a machine with an architecture different from that of the compiling machine; Scratchbox eases this task using a combination of chroot environment, cross-compiling toolchains (like CodeSourcery) and emulation (like QEMU). Ubuntu […]

U-boot for ARM on QEMU

March 10, 2010

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Instructions to compile and run the U-Boot bootloader inside a QEMU emulation of an ARM platform.

Hello world for bare metal ARM using QEMU

February 28, 2010

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Create a simple "Hello world" program that prints on the serial port of an emulated ARM system, using the CodeSourcery gcc toolchain and the QEMU emulator of the Versatile board.

Simplest bare metal program for ARM

February 14, 2010

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A simple example of bare metal programming for ARM926EJ-S core using the free open source Codesourcery toolchain based on GNU gcc.

Links for 2009-05-21

May 21, 2009

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The Future Might Be BIOS and Browsers via Slashdot An anonymous reader writes "Few in the open source community have welcomed online applications like Google Docs with open arms, but Keir Thomas claims he’s found a way forward — and it’s one that involves exclusively open source. He reckons BIOS-based operating systems are the future, […]

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