I am fond of using gcc to compile small little C and C++ programs on my main computer. However, I also have a Raspberry Pi, and, being a 700-MHz single-core computer, I would prefer to not have to do my development work on it every time I want to create a binary for it. How (for I know that there's a way) do I cross-compile my program for the Raspberry Pi using my x86 laptop? And is there a way that I may compile C(++) programs on the Pi but produce an x86 binary? If it's any help, "The SoC is a Broadcom BCM2835. This contains an ARM1176JZFS, with floating point..." (according to the official Raspberry Pi FAQ).
Using a combination of poking around in the
That is both the name of command and the package that you install to acquire it. Once invoked, it acts exactly as "vanilla"
I am not sure at 100%, but, using https://tandrepires.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/raspberry-pi-openelec-pvr-dvb-t/, you could try: 1) Required libraries:
2) Compile the project with the following options, where N is the number of cores of your x86 CPU:
I hope it helps. `