building for lower systems

Nicholas Dille rakshas at quietu.de
Tue Nov 27 05:32:49 PST 2001


hi,

yes there is. please refer to my 'crosscompiling on ix86 platforms' hint
for a detailed description and to the mailinglist archives for several
discussions of the topic.

hth,
nic.

On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 02:08:53PM +0100, Sander van Vliet wrote:
> Hi I'm currently working on my 4th LFS system and the compiling and such
> all goes well but when I boot the system hangs at
> Freed 244k Memory (or something like that) and when I try to do a chroot
> I get a Illegal instruction. 
> I think I figured out why this is because I compiled LFS on an Pentium 3
> 1Ghz and I run LFS on a Pentium MMX 233.
> I also tried to compile with CFALGS=-march=i486 but doesn't work either.
>  
> Is there any way to compile on a faster system and still being able to
> run it at a lower system?
>  
> Greetz Sander

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