set build system x64 to compile existent source code of programs on archives

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ok

first step:

compile the build system from deadwood repository (abiv11)

second step:

download source code of programs on archives

third step:

how proceded for compilation?

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i have installed ubuntu 18.04 lts

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ok try to compile the build system

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the toolchain I can compile it without problems, the core no, I tried  :-\

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I am not suitable for porting, at least I tried it :-\

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on abiv0 I compiled the native version with contrib, now I have finished compiling the native core no hosted, I will proceed later with the contrib

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ok native core x64 and contrib are ok

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i installed the sdk it is right like that?


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after installing the sdk what should I do exactly if everything went well  :-\

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ok understand i have to use a similar string to compile


"../toolchain-alt-abiv0-i386/i386-aros-gcc --sysroot bin/linux-i386/AROS/Development local/helloworld/helloworld.c -o local/helloworld/helloworld"

thank you Mr. Steffen

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i installed the sdk it is right like that?

I don't think this worked due to the errors you got.

Do you have a link to the SDK you downloaded?



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i downloaded the x86_64 source tree and ran the sdk script inside AROS / tools

https://github.com/deadw00d/AROS/blob/master/INSTALL.md

ps.the native version they managed to compile, the hosted version did not
« Last Edit: December 29, 2021, 01:24:05 AM by salvo »

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@salvo

I don't guarantee that the SDK script works in my repository. INSTALL.md contain the way of building AROS from my repository that I use and make sure works.



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I managed to compile aros-x86_64 native hosted no gave me errors, yes the SDK script maybe he will have some problems

thank you Deadwood :)

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