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Part Number: AM3358
I am working with a Beaglebone Black and SDK 05_01_00_11.
I am trying to find out the right compiler flags. More concretely, I am thinking on the flags related to specification of cpu, machine architecture and fpu.
The default configuration of SDK compiler is:
-march = armv7-a
As the AM3358 is Cortex-A8 and has a NEON coprocessor, I think that the right configuration when doing cross-compilation should be:
-mcpu = cortex-a8
Am I right?
Thanks in advance,
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In reply to Pavel Botev:
In reply to Miguel S:
Miguel, Can you please provide me full console log of your boot process plus what you have in user space. You can put that log in txt file and attach that txt file here in the forum.
Provide me also the steps you are doing to setup the Linaro toolchain on your host PC. Regards, Pavel
The console log is attached. Regarding the user space, I have just flashed my BBB with the prebuilt image from SDK:tisdk-rootfs-image-am335x-evm.tar.xz
On the other, my issue is related to the gcc cross-compiler on my host (Ubuntu VM). So, I am not sure why it is necessary the console log.
Ok, here it is the console log of the Ubuntu host when booting.
OK. Thanks for your support.
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