[uClibc] Can someone help me with how to configure uClibc for the Coldfire 5272.

Sevy Jonathan J.Sevy at flarion.com
Wed Oct 22 13:17:37 UTC 2003

you might want to try using the Snapgear distribution (www.snapgear.org). This contains linux kernel source (for both MMU (standard) and MMU-less (uClinux) systems), libc source (both glibc and uClibc), many standard executables (busybox, etc.), and configurations for building images for many standard boards (including the Motorola M5272C3 board). Everything's configurable (choice of kernel, C library, executables, etc.), and it's pretty easy to figure out how to add user-specific apps.

 Jonathan Sevy
 Flarion Technologies Inc.
 Bedminster, NJ 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: kamal kumar [mailto:kamal at brothom.nl]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 3:56 AM
> To: uclibc at uclibc.org
> Subject: [uClibc] Can someone help me with how to configure uClibc for
> the Coldfire 5272.
> Hello, my name is Kamal.
> I want to ask what files do you need to properly configure uClibc.
> I have got the uClibc files and the uClinux-2.4.x files from the CVS 
> repository of the uClinux.org site.
> My host development system is a pentiumIII 600Mhz.
> And i want to develop C programs for the Motorola Coldfire 5272.
> Can someone help me?
> Thank you.
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