I get this error when run the rtkrcv server if the rtklib is compiled with arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc -Wall -O0 -ansi -pedantic -msoft-float -D__GCC_FLOAT_NOT_NEEDED -march=armv4 -mtune=arm920t while no error if compile it with arm-linux-gcc -Wall -O0 -ansi -pedantic -msoft-float -D__GCC_FLOAT_NOT_NEEDED -march=armv4 -mtune=arm920t is it strange isn't it, any ideas? Anyway even in the second case I didn't obtain the expected results. The rtklib is working on BeagleBoard, I do not know why is not working on mini2440
illegal instruction rtklib
They belong to the same toolchain, and the compile process works perfect. Only at runtime I get the "illegal instruction". the arm-none-linux-gnueabi- works perfectly while compiling other software like the Qtopia libs... Furthermore the "arm-linux-gcc" is a script file contains: #!/bin/bash exec arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc -march=armv4t $* so it is nothing more that a reference to the other compiler. It is really strange
Have you done a readelf -a <filename> on both files and do those files end with the same: Tag_attributes (at the end of output). I assume you have done a : file <filename> to ensure they are both cross-compiled
arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc works perfectly on others compilation like the QT library compilation etc. only on this case produces the illegal instruction. I use your march-option willi but without success
hi marco, can it be a bug in your software? Ie a corrupted stack frame can lead in illegal instruction at function return. Its fast happens by overwriting the boundary of a locale variable. skip
Hi Skip2816, it could be, but a bug dose not general depends on the compiler used but on the code itself. Furthermore in this case the compiler is the same... I mean, I use the same arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc compile with the same options, but one directly arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc (dose not work) and one via script arm-linux-gcc (works without illegal instruction but provides wrong results)
Hi davef, the programs are cross compiled and both two starts but one (compiled with arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc) gives illegal instruction somewhere while other (compiled with arm-linux-gcc)gives no errors.
Hi davef, I did your test with readelf and strangely the one compiled with arm-linux-gcc produces CPU_name= 4T CPU_arch= v4T while the others with arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc produces CPU_name=ARM10TDMI and CPU_arch=v5TE. even if the compilation flags are the same.
hi marco, Maybe the compiler has a problem, but in the almost cases is the problem your own. I will say, look sharp on your buil process. Are the libraries you link realy the same as on the board? Not every bug must crash a program, and if it does it not on all platforms. skip
Marco, Could you explain how you change/set the architecture options in the linker? I am ending up with v5TE instead of v4t when I compile tslib. Maybe, have a look at http://www.friendlyarm.net/forum/topic/2178 and see if you can suggest anything. Thanks, Dave
hye...currently i used rtklib but i got a problem when the signal cannot be displayed on rtklib.how to overcome this problem?is it rtklib is compatible with javad sigma receiver?
dear all, i am facing same "illegal instruction rtklib". Nanopi arm 929ej-s, cpu 5tej i try -march=v5te and v4t softfp i appreciate any help about cflags or Makefiles changes thx julio btw, the toolchain do not work under my Debian_8_x64 it works under Debian7_x32. http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi#Install_Cross_Compiler PATH=/opt/FriendlyARM/toolschain/4.4.3/bin:$PATH