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Cross compiling FlexNet Embedded
Hi, I'll send you an example.
I have a few routers running Broadcom 5300 chips (dual ARM) and then a few running BCM4k series (MIPS74k). I have Tomato and JFFS enabled and running ENTWARE so I can install a few packages. Can you let me know the easiest way to cross-compile the binaries to run on the embedded router devices using open-source Linux as the firmware? Or is it only compatible on OpenWRT?
Hello @gabriel_meyer ,
The FlexNet Embedded Porting Kit can support any custom environment or special platform entailing 32 or 64-bit processors, operating systems from mainstream to proprietary and build environments from GNU to non-GNU.
If you or the organization have entitlements (ultimately a license or vendor keys from Flexera) then you should be able to move forward with cross-compiling.
If not, then your Flexera account manager should be able to assist with sorting out the entitlement(s).
Ok, well their support is lacking severely. I opened a case for AMZ_EIP on Aug 10 and just now got a response. If someone out there is familiar with compiling it? I have entitlements for Embedded for ARM64, and have a gcc environment on my ARM device, just unsure about the compile.
I'm new in this world. I'm following C SDK User Guide and testing examples. I'd like test this examples in our ARM devices but i can't compile examples because lib is not compiled in this format. I need compile lib directory using a cross compiler to ARM. How can i do it?
I'm bumping up this question. I hope someone can help.