Questions tagged [cross-compilation]

Questions about cross compilation - creating executable code for a platform different than the one on which compiler is running.

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Where to get Mingw-w64 ver. 8 for Ubuntu 20.10?

I have Ubuntu 20.10. I would like to compile dxvk. It requires Mingw-w64 >= 8.0. The mingw-w64 website suggests to download from Ubuntu repositories. The version in the repository is 7.0.0 for ...
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Cannot find gtk3 packages for mingw64

I was trying to cross compile a Gtk-rs application for windows but the linker complains that it cannot find some gtk libraries. Note that the same application will run when compiled for native linux: ...
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Why can't I install two architecture versions of libi2c-dev?

I am running Ubuntu 20.04 on a 64bit ARM architecture. I am trying to build some code which links libi2c (-li2c). However I want to be able to build both as local architecture and also cross compile ...
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Ubuntu 18.04: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6 during cross platform compilation

I'm experience very strange error on Ubuntu 18.04 while doing cross compilation: "arm-hisiv400-linux-gnueabi-g++: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object ...
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not able to install package libjasper for both armhf and amd64 simultaneously

I have installed libjasper-dev installed as below, ajey@ajey-ubuntu:~$ apt-cache policy libjasper-dev:{amd64,armhf} libjasper-dev: Installed: 1.900.1-debian1-2.4ubuntu1.3 Candidate: 1.900.1-debian1-2....
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add the line with xenial-updates

This is a follow up question on Cross-compile for armhf and install a static library In the accepted answer following is mentioned at the end, Clarification: Multiarch packages need to be installed ...
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Installing anydesk armhf on 20.10 arm64 machine

am trying to install any desk:arm-hf in Ubuntu 20.10 arm64 machine. because of cross platform I used dpkg for installation. > > pi@pi-desktop:~/Downloads$ sudo dpkg --force architecture -i ...
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Include additional library while cross compile building

I have installed GCC cross compiler for Raspberry Pi to my Ubuntu 20.04 to opt folder. Now When I create new cross compile project I have list of include in my Eclipse project explorer: /opt/gcc-arm-...
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Cross-compiler cannot detect header files

I have moved some binaries, namelly the or32-uclinux binutils and gcc into my Ubuntu 20.04 machine and although they are working, I mean you can execute them without problem when I try to compile an ...
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How to remove Qt on ubuntu and raspberry (after cross compilation)

I just cross compiled QT on ubuntu for my raspberry https://github.com/PhysicsX/QTonRaspberryPi/blob/main/qt5.14.2onRaspberrypi this is the code that I followed. I think that I did something wrong ...
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arm64 packages not installed into arm64 sysroot, so CMake doesn't find them

I need to cross compile an application, using CMake. I install the toolchain packages and the arm64 versions of my dependencies. Looks like the sysroot is in /usr/aarch64-linux-gnu, which contains ...
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GCC Issue with Building an Old Linux Kernel

I am trying to build from source version 2.6.37 of the Linux Kernel compiled for ARM. The reason I need to do so is related to work; I need that specific version. I am able to build the most recent ...
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Hello Everyone, I am trying to cross compile bintuils on ubuntu for a custom OS, when I am compiling I get the error multiple target patterns. Stop

here is the error in terminal configure: creating ./config.status config.status: creating Makefile config.status: creating po/Makefile.in config.status: creating config.h config.status: config.h is ...
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undefined reference to `log@GLIBC_2.29' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status

cat /etc/lsb-release DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=18.04 DISTRIB_CODENAME=bionic DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS" aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc -v Using built-in specs. COLLECT_GCC=aarch64-...
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How to install libseccomp-dev for different CPU arch

I am trying to install libseccomp-dev:armhf (and arm64) on Ubuntu bionic (same on Xenial). I'm doing this because I would like to cross compile something that depends on libseccomp-dev. This works ...
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Cross compile C++ application for ARM64 with openSSL libraries

I made an application in C++ for x86_64 and it works fine on Ubuntu. Now I want to run the same application on arm64 board running Ubuntu. For this I downloaded a cross-compilation tool chain from ...
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How to set the CC environmental variable during debian cross packing

I'm trying to build a debian package for an ARM64 platform on my AMD64 Ubuntu OS. I execute the command debuild -us -uc --host-arch arm64 but get the warning dpkg-architecture: warning: specified ...
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Cross-compiler path

I have some compilers for different architectures: $ > whereis gcc gcc: /usr/bin/gcc /usr/lib/gcc /usr/share/man/man1/gcc.1.gz $ > whereis arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc: /usr/bin/...
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Qt 4.8.7 - Cross compilation error - symbol lookup error: undefined symbol: _ZN7QWidget8qwsEventEP8QWSEvent

I have cross compiled executable file from QT 4.8.7 and i am running it on Raspberry PI(Ubuntu OS installed in it) which have installed QT 4.8.7 and QT declarative module also. When i run the cross ...
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ARM cross compiler - arm-linux-gnueabihf error. liblto_plugin.so not found

I am trying to make a linux kernel - 4.15.17. It is a project I have inherited, and it appears to use the arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc compiler. Below is the output from the make process: ndu@ndu-...
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How to install a package of another architecture

I want to cross compile from my Intel i7 for a Raspberry Pi4. Now I added the following to my sources.list: deb [arch=armhf] http://ports.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-ports bionic main restricted which seems ...
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How to switch the version of arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc?

I would like to use version 5 of arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc. So I installed it via: apt-get install gcc-5-arm-linux-gnueabihf But now when I do gcc --version it will tell me it's version 7. How do ...
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How do I create a DMG file on linux Ubuntu for MacOS

I cross compiled a program on linux for MacOS and now I want that MacOS binary to convert to DMG file for MacOS. Is there a way to convert a MacOS binary on Linux (Ubuntu) into DMG file for MacOS?
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libc.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I want to cross compile the C code from Linux Ubuntu PC to Beagle Bone Black using "arm-cortexa8-linux-gnueabihf-gcc compiler. But I face following error: root@ubuntu:/home/teqlinux/HMI_SCADA/...
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Cross-compile for armhf and install a static library

I have set up a cross-compile docker instance. In a nutshell I started setting up the apt-get update apt-get install binutils-multiarch dpkg --add-architecture armhf # Manually add correct armhf ...
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Install Python2.7 and 3 arm headers in a amd64 architecture machine

I've been struggling around because I want to cross-compile an application which needs the Python to compile. Just in case you are curious the case is that when it goes to the pyconfig.h it tries to ...
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rebuild ubuntu from source, is it possible? How?

I want to rebuild Ubuntu for another hardware. So I'm wondering if there is any way to get the current stable source code for all software locally installed on my computer and recompiled them with ...
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What are the officially supported cross compilers for Ubuntu server alternative architectures like ARM?

I'm interested in the official Ubuntu server ARM image: https://www.ubuntu.com/download/server/arm How to properly cross compile for it from my x86_64 host? While a gcc-5-aarch64-linux-gnu C hello ...
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How to compile and integrate ffmpeg with openssl support?

How can I cross-compile FFMPEG for ARM with openssl support? I have tried normal compilation of FFMPEG, but I need openssl support also.
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Exec format error on node-v8.11.1/out/Release/icupkg while cross compiling Nodejs for ARM7

I forked Nodejs-ARM-builder repository and update Vagrant box to Ubuntu 18.04 (here's my repo: https://github.com/lbrutti/Nodejs-ARM-builder ). When trying to cross compile NodeJS for ARM Cortex (I ...
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fatal error: netlink/genl/genl.h: No such file or directory during cross compile [closed]

I need to cross compile hostapd, even after editing makefile to do cross compilation,am getting the above error
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obtain gcc-6-cross for u-boot making on ubuntu 16.04

Try to build RPi 3 u-boot, but it required cross compiler aarch64-linux-gun-gcc to be version 6 or later. On Ubuntu 16.04, it's version 5. Find gcc-6-cross source but has not much knowledge or ...
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Ubuntu Cross-compile for ARM - PATH variable - bash error

I have downloaded CodeSourcery Toolchain tools located to the following path: root@ab-pc:~/arm-2009q1/bin# arm-none-linux-gnueabi-ar arm-none-linux-gnueabi-ld arm-none-linux-gnueabi-as arm-none-...
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Cross-compiling to ARM: error trying to exec 'cc1': No such file or directory

I am trying to compile for my target machine which uses the arm-none-gnueabi-gcc compiler. But when I try to cross-compile I get the error in my Ubuntu machine as: arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc: error ...
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Which package contains libstdc++ mips cross n32?

I'm looking for the package that contains libstdc++ for mips cross compile, n32 alignment. Ubuntu 16.04 host.
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I'm looking for materials or links about cross-compiling, like eabi, etc

I'm looking for materials or links about cross-compiling, like eabi, etc. I'm new to Linux-based cross-compiling, and I want to develop my knowledge.
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How to compile C GTK3+ program in Ubuntu for windows?

I am using and gcc-7 and mingw-w64.I want to compile a c gtk3+ program in Linux using mingw so that it will produce .exe file which can be run in windows.I am able to Compile normal c programs using ...
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pam_authenticate return's PAM_MODULE_UNKNOWN ( returns 28 ), how to resolve?

Downloaded the source Linux-PAM-1.3.0.tar.gz version then, configured and compiled using command ./configure --prefix=/u02/tasks/linux-pam/Linux-PAM-1.3.0/output/pre --exec-prefix=/u02/tasks/linux-...
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cross compilation for ARM: error no such file or directory

I have written simple Hello world program and compiled it with gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi compiler. It compiles well but when i try to execute it on ARM machine it complains "no such file or directory". I ...
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linaro cross compiling with .deb dependency

I can't find the answers so I am asking here. I use Linaro 64bit ARM cross compiler to compile my code on a local Ubuntu 14.04 64bit Linux on Intel (gcc-linaro-5.3-2016.02-x86_64_aarch64-linux-gnu/...
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cannot find crt1.o No such file or directory

I am trying to compile and link a 32 bit version of a program because the language does not have 64 bit libraries. My ubuntu is 14.04 64 bit. When I try to link the program it complains cannot find ...
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snapcraft crosscompile

I am on a x86_64-linux-gnu machine and trying to build a snap from source for arm-linux-gnueabihf (Raspberry Pi3) using autotools. I manage to build the snap but after I upload to the store it always ...
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Updating Ubuntu's ARM64 toolchain

I was trying to compile an ARM64 linux kernel with CONFIG_KASAN and CONFIG_KCOV and it seems that the compiler toolchain I have is too old. I get an error message stating Cannot use ...
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Get and manage dev lib packages for arm on x86 host?

Is there a proper way to maintain packages for architectures other than the host? I need a bunch of libraries for a project I am porting to android, and I notice that all of them are available for ...
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Despite Multiarch settings, Ubuntu 16.04 fails to keeping both 32 bit and 64 bit libraries installed in OS

I need to compile/link 32 bit and 64 bit C/C++ executables on Ubuntu 16.04 (64 bit). I executed the following commandlines: sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install automake libtool ...
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mingw-64 GCC is broken under Ubuntu

I'm trying to cross-compile SFML from Linux to Windows for a project of mine. Prebuilt SFML packages are not an option. So, I installed the mingw-w64 package,and set up a toolchain file, and went ...
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When cross-compiling the kernel, how can I stop it making from clean every time when I just want to modify one file?

I'm doing a cross-compile Ubuntu kernel build. I am following instructions for building Ubuntu for omap: fakeroot debian/rules clean do_tools=false skipabi=true skipmodule=true dpkg-buildpackage -B -...
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How can I learn all the options I can pass to DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS?

I'm compiling debian packages with xdeb, and I'm trying to understand how this variable DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS works and I might be able to specify 32-bit over 64-bit for a userspace app. The best way I'...
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Is libffi.pc broken on Ubuntu?

I'm trying to cross-compile wayland (from freedesktop.org) for a Trusty Tahr armhf environment. To set up the cross-compile I have an arm pkg-config script that properly sets PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR and ...
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How do I create a Windows executable with PyInstaller on Ubuntu?

I created a game using pygame, and I wish to export it to a .exe file. I've used pyinstaller for this, as it is available for Ubuntu. When I run the --onefile game, it works perfectly fine (on my ...