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Old 07-02-2013, 02:00 AM   #1
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ARM in Linux


How do i start ARM in Linux
 
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ARM is a system architecture, not a program. Could you expand on your question a bit?
 
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i am new to armlinux programming. that means how to compile in linux platform
 
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i am new to armlinux programming. that means how to compile in linux platform
Most ARM Vendor/boards do provide a toolchain. Too get an summary on Linux usage, You can look at:Install the GNU ARM toolchain under Linux - IBM
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Summary: Many tools are available for programming various versions of ARM cores, but one particularly popular set is the GNU ARM toolchain. Learn more about embedded development using the ARM core, as well as how to install the GNU tools and begin using them.

If you are interested in embedded systems development on a widely used microprocessor, the Advanced RISC Machines (ARM) core fits the bill. This article provides a starting point for understanding the software side of embedded systems development by describing one set of commonly used tools: the GNU ARM toolchain.
You could narrow the scope by selecting a particular board/vendor to work with for development.
 
  


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