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But the build fails >with: > >$ make ARCH=x86_64 > [...] > CC init/initramfs.o > > I have successfully done this using Debian/Sid. 1. The 64-bit environment sets int to 32 bits and long and pointer to 64 bits and generates code for AMD's x86-64 architecture. Smith Lee Revell 2005-12-08 22:17:37 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Richard Smithcross compiling almost never "just works". That will take a hour or 2Or perhaps try booting the Kanotix64 livecd and compile under that?Would take weeks to download.Lee Lee Revell 2005-12-08 21:57:23 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Richard his comment is here

I'm not sure what's going wrong. But why do you think its "utterly trivial?"Also I found this on the Debian AMD64 page---Minimalistic AMD64 runtime support for i386The official i386 distribution actually includes minimalistic AMD64support, consisting of a x86-64isn't some bizarre embedded arch, it must be the #1 or #2 selling PCprocessor today. Didn't try with a whole kernel though. http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/linux/kernel/596722

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Obviously, the #if _DEBUG ... Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Apparently the only way to do this is to install the"toolchain-source" package and, yep, BUILD A TOOLCHAIN FROM SOURCE.Sorry for being slow, but it was sleeping time here in Germany. :-)Just And how can I force the build process to use /usr/x86_64/bin/x86_64-linux-as rather than /usr/bin/as?

How to interpret torque spec ranges? The 32-bit > environment sets int, long and pointer to 32 > bits and generates code that runs on any i386 system. Web Sites: Disneyland vs Disney World in the United States Drawing a torso with a head (using \draw) Is privacy compromised when sharing SHA-1 hashed URLs? At this rateit will have taken me 2 days to get this working.I don't think so.

I symlinked /usr/bin/as to /usr/x86_64/bin/x86_64-linux-as and got the exact same relocation error. Signed-off-by: Andi Kleen <ak [at] suse> Index: linux/arch/x86_64/Makefile =================================================================== --- linux.orig/arch/x86_64/Makefile +++ linux/arch/x86_64/Makefile @@ -31,6 +31,7 @@ cflags-$(CONFIG_MK8) += $(call cc-option cflags-$(CONFIG_MPSC) += $(call cc-option,-march=nocona) CFLAGS += $(cflags-y) +CFLAGS += -m64 Close Embed this Tweet Embed this Video Add this Tweet to your website by copying the code below. bit is just a way to select a breakpoint for debug or no breakpoint variation of the code for non-debug mode. 2) You would really have to ask whoever wrote the

Many of these prerequisites are listed in README.md (see the "Debian" heading) but it's also possible we missed one. This was a bug in the kernelbuild system where it didn't grok biarch toolchains like Ubuntuprovides. ick. And I repeat, messing with CFLAGS should NOT be necessary.

ie: gcc -v -I/usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.27-9/include/ application.c log.c -lpthread If there is nothing on the gas command line to indicate that 64-bit mode has been selected then have a look in the assembler http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-open-an-http-server-socket-error-reported-errno-eacces.html I disabled CONFIG_IA32_EMULATION and it works perfectly. Then I got quite a bit on from doing a "make external all". BTW: if there's a better way, please let me know. ...After I got this to work I kinda quit looking ;-) -- Jeffrey Hundstad Attachments: lin64.tar.gz (0.35 KB) rlrevell at joe-job Dec9,2005,5:28PM Post

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  • I disabled CONFIG_IA32_EMULATION and it works perfectly. > > So all that's needed to build an x86_64 kernel with the i386 Ubuntu 5.10 > toolchain: > > - edit Makefile: add
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  • More magicis required for objcopy, otherwise the compiled kernel will crash onboot.The Debian kernel package building infrastructure contains thenecessary scripts AFAIK.

Ken -- das eine Mal als Tragdie, das andere Mal als Farce kyle at mcmartin Dec9,2005,11:58AM Post #3 of 36 (4404 views) Permalink Re: i386 -> x86_64 cross compile failure (binutils bug?) [In c++ linux gcc assembly share|improve this question edited May 20 '14 at 21:43 Maxpm 7,1801166126 asked May 20 '14 at 21:33 AlainM 11 2 That's some damn heavy code. That will take a hour or 2though. weblink Did a thief think he could conceal his identity from security cameras by putting lemon juice on his face?

SmithUgh, there's no way to do this by just installing packages? Apparenly Ubuntu/Debian do not support any cross compilingwhatsoever OOTB. At this rate> > it will have taken me 2 days to get this working.>> Yep.

As for examples, I'm pretty sure there are tutorials, but changing .quad to .long should fix the immediate error in the title of your post - of course, there are most

Any ideas?Mmmmm... The I changed the path to include the following /tmp/lin64/ directory: PATH=/tmp/lin64:$PATH 3. Smith Lee Revell 2005-12-08 22:38:10 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Richard SmithUgh, there's no way to do this by just installing packages? Building binutils for target x86_64-pc-linux-gnu should help. > I thought that might be the problem so I installed an x86-64 binutils from: http://debian.speedblue.org I tried with CROSS_COMPILE="/usr/x86_64/bin/x86_64-linux-", but edited the Makefile

Same error. You might try getting> crosstool and building a 64bit toolchain. This is no doubt a different issue and I will verify that this is not just from something I missed before I squawk. http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-represent-relocation-type-bfd-reloc-sh-imm8.html Promoted Tweet false © 2016 Twitter About Help Terms Privacy Cookies Ads info [email protected] Discussion: Cross compiling the kernel (too old to reply) Lee Revell 2005-12-08 18:46:16 UTC PermalinkRaw Message

The problem does not seem to be lack of x86-64 support in the assembler. But the build fails > >>>with: > >>> > >>>$ make ARCH=x86_64 > >>> [...] > >>> CC init/initramfs.o > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>I have successfully Any ideas? > Mmmmm... The 32-bit environment sets int, long and pointer to 32 bits and generates code that runs on any i386 system.

On 1941 Dec 7, could Japan have destroyed the Panama Canal instead of Pearl Harbor in a surprise attack? But the build fails > > with: > > > > $ make ARCH=x86_64 > > arch/x86_64/kernel/entry.S:785: Error: cannot represent relocation type BFD_RELOC_64 > > Ubuntu/Debian provide a biarch gcc, but But the build fails >>>with: >>> >>>$ make ARCH=x86_64 >>> [...] >>> CC init/initramfs.o >>> >>> >>> >>> >>I have successfully done this using Debian/Sid. >> >> >> > >I added So it's normally better to use a separate cross compiler for 64bit to keep the 32bit compilations running faster.

You should not need to mess with the CFLAGS. Smith Richard Smith 2005-12-08 22:20:10 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Christ, I cannot believe what a pain in the ass this is. It stores the address of 0:, in other words the address of the int3 instruction. So its not worth the trouble.

thats about par for the course. Mail - Jetzt mit 1GB Speicher kostenlos - Hier anmelden: http://mail.yahoo.de Florian Weimer 2005-12-11 18:21:53 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Lee RevellAll I am trying to do is compile an x86_64 Are you writing your own OS? –Daniel Kamil Kozar May 20 '14 at 21:36 Some context would be helpful. The 64-bit version is called "amd64", not "i386", and that is what you need.

you may need some patches... > http://sourceware.org/ml/binutils/2005-03/msg00850.htmlhttp://sources.redhat.com/ml/binutils/2005-06/msg00451.html > --Richard A. more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation I'm surprised someone does such a weird setup. Or is the plan to run an osv machine inside a debian machine inside a Mac just too weird to deal with?

Try installing thegcc-3.4 package and see if it works.--Richard A. Under debian 32bits with 64bits kernel, I just add -m64 somewhere in the main Makefile to rebuild my modules. Don't have an account? So the assembler must think that it is creating a 64-bit binary.