I’m currently trying to build a cross compiler toolchain to compile the linux kernel for aarch64 and everything worked fine until I tried building libgcc.
make all-target-libgcc I get the error
/opt/cross/arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi/bin/ld: cannot find crti.o: no such file or directory. Same goes for ‘crtn.o’ and ‘-lc’.
I’ve searched the /opt/cross/lib dir for the files and could not find them, but I did come across the unassembled .S files in the gcc source directory (crti.S, ….).
The binaries also exist in /usr/lib but I’m assuming that’s irrelevant since those are x86-64.
What I’m wondering now is why the .S files in the gcc source dir (version 10.1.x) weren’t assembled into binaries and how I could change that.
Thank you in advance for any help
PS: I’ve found a similar post here on stack overflow about crti.o missing but that was unhelpful.