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by lunarg on May 27th 2016, at 14:14

Found this page very useful when I had to compile some stuff for a Geode LX:

https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Safe_CFLAGS

Note: this original post was from May 2007 but someone pointed out to me that the link no longer worked, in an attempt to sell me some web hosting... So... Thanks, but I'm sticking with my current hosting company.

by lunarg on January 30th 2007, at 23:07
For work, I started experimenting with writing C programs for (flashed) Linksys WRT54GL routers.

Basically, the WRT54GL routers are running OpenWRT, a very lightweight linux distro, specifically designed for those type of routers. The router uses a Broadcom CPU, and uses the MIPS architecture. For more information, check the OpenWRT site at http://openwrt.org/.

At first, I was a bit worried about the differences between the full availability of the GNU C Libary, and the very slim version on the OpenWRT distro. Luckily, I quickly found out that the C Library on OpenWRT has the most used functions well covered.

Compiling C programs for MIPS might seem tricky (since you can't plainly fire up  ...
 
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