Yep, you can build software if you unpack a SFP rootfs on a hard-float system.
It is weird since in PA yum/rpm will happily install i686 bits on an
Perhaps that is a gross over-simplification but since we are dropping
SFP bits starting with f19 .... who cares, right?
On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 8:17 PM, Adam Goode <adam(a)spicenitz.org> wrote:
But I believe it would work if I unpacked a softfloat root
and did a chroot into it. At that point, only the kernel is involved,
and it doesn't care what kind of binaries you're running.
I understand it is not a supported thing, and I am ok with this. Yum
and mock work a certain way and rely on the host's yum. Changing that
seems like a lot of work for little gain.
On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 8:13 PM, Dennis Gilmore <dennis(a)ausil.us> wrote:
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> Adam Goode <adam(a)spicenitz.org> wrote:
>> with mock-1.1.30-1.fc18.noarch
>> I am running this command:
>> mock -v --target=arm -r fedora-18-arm init
>> But it fails. armhfp works fine. I can't figure out what is possibly
>> going wrong.
> you can not mix and match hard and soft floating point so rpm wont
> allow you to install sfp rpms on a hfp system so you cant init a softfp
> chroot. its plain not a supported thing. you will need to use a softfp
> image to build softfp
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