Could someone help me with one simple answer. What is the command for compiling C++ program on Linux (on my desktop computer) for later use on BeagleBoard (Angstrom Linux distribution)? Lets say that the name of the program is ‘baklava.cpp’. So, would it be: g++ arm-none-linux-gnueabi -o baklava baklava.cpp? I have my PATH set up for /bin directory in sourcery cross-compiler installation file.
Later when I want to run program on my BB, would the command be ./baklava.cpp?
It depends on which toolchain you have installed. I would recommend using Eclipse and following Jan Axelson’s tutorial at http://www.lvr.com/eclipse5.htm
Hi Philip, thanks for the replay.
I have this toolchain installed on my computer: http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/sourcery-tools/sourcery-codebench/editions/lite-edition/
I am supposed to work with that one
And this is the correct command: arm-none-linux-gnueabi-g++ baklava baklava.cpp
Now, the problem is with I2C2 not working on BB