Code Sourcery ARM toolchain 2009q1-203
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The following binary installer is recommended for adding the toolchain to your host computer.
Creating directory to hold toolchain
Run the following commands to create the directory to hold the toolchain and allow anyone to write to that directory.
sudo mkdir -p /opt/codesourcery chmod ugo+wrx /opt/codesourcery
After you install the toolchain, you can make the directory non-writable if you so desire.
After downloading the toolchain, set the execution permission and run the installer
chmod ugo+x arm-2009q1-203-arm-none-linux-gnueabi.bin ./arm-2009q1-203-arm-none-linux-gnueabi.bin
You will see a welcome screen:
Accept the license, and press Next.
Review the components that are included with the toolchain and press Next.
Select Typical install and press Next.
Change the install location to
and press Next.
Change option to Do not modify PATH. and press Next.
Select Don't create links and press Next.
Review summary information and press Install.
Press Done when the installation is complete.
Configuring SDK to use toolchain
The RidgeRun SDK configuration tool allows you to set the toolchain directory path. The default location is /opt/codesourcery/arm-2009q1, so if the recommended location was used above, you do not need to configure your SDK. If you used a different location, then you will need to run the SDK configuration tool once you have the SDK installed in order to change the toolchain directory path.
The menu tree is
RidgeRun SDK Configuration -> Toolchain configurations -> Toolchain binaries path