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Subject: RE: Réf. : Re: RE : What do I need to make my own .mod ?

RE: Réf. : Re: RE : What do I need to make my own .mod ?

From: edx <>
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 14:46:04 +0200

Don't give up that fast :)

Get the latest source. After installing the GNU-SH tools, go to your
start menu -> GNU-SH Tool Chain -> GNU-SH Command Prompt and cd to your
/firmware directory.
Type "make -f win32.mak" there. Go to the /apps dir and type "make -f
win32.mak" again (be sure to put scramble.exe in there first, take the
precompiled version from There you go -
your self-cooked compilation of the latest mod file.

        edx (Felix Arends)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: []
> Behalf Of
> Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2002 10:35 AM
> To:
> Subject: Réf. : Re: RE : What do I need to make my own .mod ?
> >> What do I need to run the "make" command in the tools directory (a
> or
> >> something like the files included in the tutorial ?)
> >The tools directory are all sources that build tools meant to run on
> >development machine, not on the target. To compile them, you need an
> ordinary
> >compiler, that is not a cross-compiler.
> OK, fine. I think I'll leave this "crazy" idea to compile the .mod. It
> seems a bit too tricky for me...
> Thanks anyway Guys !
Received on 2002-08-21

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