TS-72XX Cross Compiling

From Technologic Systems Manuals

We have prepared a version of Eclipse to work with the board which is available here. There are instructions provided with the archive, and Eclipse has many tutorials for working with it available.

For development from a Linux workstation you will want to use the toolchain here. Extract it to the root of your filesystem, and run that version of gcc to prepare the ARM binary.

To Compile:

[user@localhost]$ /usr/local/arm-oabi-toolchain/arm-unknown-linux-gnu/bin/arm-unknown-linux-gnu-gcc hello.c -o hello
[user@localhost]$ file hello
hello: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, ARM, version 1, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.26, not stripped

There are many ways to transfer the compiled binaries to the board. Using a network filesystem such as sshfs or NFS will be the simplest to use if you are frequently updating data, but will require more setup. See your linux distribution's manual for more details.

The simplest method to set up is using ssh/sftp from Debian. You can use winscp if from windows, or scp from linux. Make sure you set a password from debian for root. Otherwise the ssh server will deny connections. From winscp, enter the ip address of the SBC, the root username, and the password you have set. This will provide you with an explorer window you can drag files into. For TS-Linux, you can set up an NFS share or transfer files using a USB drive.

For scp in linux, run:

#replace with your app name and your SBC IP address
scp hello root@

After transferring the file to the board, execute it:

ts7200:~# ./hello 
Hello world!