I would like to cross-compile my module against Kernel headers for the Jumping Race. I am wondering if I should use the same kernel source as is used for the Jumping Sumo? I have found it here, however, I believe the intention is to eventually move it to Github here
There does not appear to be any other links for the Jumping Race, and importantly i’d like to know if not only the Kernel sources are the same for the project, but the other libraries and also the linux.config file.
I will post my findings back here when I try it out myself, but perhaps someone has already had some success with this?
So what i’m going to try… My jumping Race was compiled with:
Linux version 2.6.36-102961-gf9f11f3 (fleprince@fr-pm-intc11-prd) (gcc version 4.6.3 (Sourcery CodeBench Lite 2012.03-57) ) #1 PREEMPT Thu Feb 9 20:38:58 CET 2017
But I cannot seem do be able to download this exact version. So what i’m going to do is download the newest version and try to install the gcc compiler 4.6.3 on it).
I have found a link to the Code Sourcery documentation for this release here but it does not include the software download.
Given the lack of available build tools from Code Sourcery, i’m going back to Ubuntu 12.04 (which includes 4.6.3 compiler) and using Eclipse… more to come.