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Re: [Linphone-users] differences betwwen HOST & BUILD & TARGET

From: Kannaiyan
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] differences betwwen HOST & BUILD & TARGET
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 08:52:29 +0800

--host  refers to the machine which you are doing the build
--build used for building tools to use in canadian cross, usually same as
the target
--target destination you would like to build.

eg., to build for arm on the pentinum i686 machine

--host=i686  --build=arm-linux --target=arm-linux

sometimes the compilers will not be of standard format.

arm-be-kl-linux-gcc like this

in this case, create a softlink for the compiler on the same compiler.

ln -s arm-be-kl-linux-gcc  arm-linux-gcc

Before you start the configure, make sure you add the bin path to find the
cross compiler tools.

Hope it helps !


----- Original Message -----
From: "venkatram mustoor" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 11:55 AM
Subject: [Linphone-users] differences betwwen HOST & BUILD & TARGET

Hi All,

I am trying to cross compile Linphone binaries to ML-403 powerpc-405

while cross compiling we have to use ----build, host, target--- to
set the paths,  what exactly the meaning of --build


because i have used build=/usr like this, so i have got my binaries
configured to my HOST (intel processor) itself, i have not got
binaries cross compiled to powerpc-405 processor.

please let me know what to use ------whether --build or target  in
setting the path to binaries cross compiled to the powerpc-405

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Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2007 19:05:31 +0200
From: "Luca Olivetti" <address@hidden>
Subject: [Linphone-users] botphone: topcom butler 4012 and linphone
To: address@hidden
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I just published botphone, a program inspired by yeaphone, only using
a topcom butler 4012 instead of the yealink.
It's written in freepascal and uses linphone (with the yeaphone patch)
as the sip engine.
It's available at



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