Compiling Problem in Tiny Core Linux on PC104 board.
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Yes, I see what you mean. I did some digging and found my processor to be a p5 class, while gcc was compiled for a p6 class. The question I have now, is how do I find a binary version of a p5 class gcc, and runtime libs?
This is just one of the problems one tends to encounter when using the target platform as a development host. I suggest moving your development process to a full-on workstation, where you aren't going to bump into some kind of resource starvation at every turn. In the process, you will be able to use modern/advanced editing and other tools, as well as easier backup, code versioning, and a system of deploying and managing runtime images.