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    Arcade Emulation (focused on M.A.M.E.)

    I would love to get a Pyra - once it's available. And with that power an awesome and much more update to version of MAME!
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    Battery is officially dead

    So how much to ship two?
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    And it's working... to be honest I don't know exactly what the solution was, but I went through everything, clean it up and it's all okay now.
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    Battery is officially dead

    Yes but I need economical postage to Australia.. can you do that?
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    So I've got this toolchain working okay with another (equally complex) project. It required a little tinkering around and setting a combination of -rpath-link (for the pandora's /lib and /usr/lib) and -L (for pandora's /usr/lib). I didn't need to change to the GOLD linker. I could perhaps try...
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    Arcade Emulation (focused on M.A.M.E.)

    Ahem, well I'm still going to be releasing a new version of MAME for the Pandora. It's a combo release like for the GCW-Zero called XMAME 2.0 and will have Mame4all 2.0, xmame69 and xmame84. None of these are vanilla ports, all heavily optimized and enhanced. I have someone testing the Pandora...
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    Battery is officially dead

    Is there any readily available battery that is compatible with the Pandora?
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    I already use the flags you mention above - I will add -fuse-ld=gold -fuse-linker-plugin and report back. For best code generation and optimization, should -flto be used in conjunction with -fuse-linker-plugin?
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    The cross-compiler is 64-bit. $ file `which c` /bin/armv7l-unknown-linux-gnueabi-gcc: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, interpreter /lib64/l, for GNU/Linux 3.2.0, BuildID[sha1]=38cdbcd64ee1fe329252ee255e0f8a64ed05e28f, with debug_info, not stripped It...
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    I don't get it either and also have never seen it during a compile. Could it be a permissions issue? I will also try a very simple program to see if I am able to compile that. Is there anyway to get more information about what is happening? I'm already using -Wl,--verbose
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    I took all files .h .so. a from the Pandora... My linux PC is 64-bit - Pandora is 32-bit... @ptitSeb This method of taking files from the Pandora worked fine under Mac Os X and it is capable of building/linking very nicely.
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    So I built the toolchain and it seems to be working but I get the following issue at the linking stage: arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc: error: ELF####: No such file or directory Those #### represent some weird characters that don't copy/paste. I'm using libraries and header files that I copied from my...
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    Okay I'm trying @ptitSeb script... It's running now. So when you say "From there you can build newer gcc..." what does that mean?
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    Pandora toolchain for Linux 2019

    I didn't think it would be so difficult, but is there a modern Pandora toolchain available to run on a Linux PC so that I can do some dev? I found the Mac OS X toolchain but I want to move away from this. https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/toolchain-for-mac-os-x.78069/ I know of the "on...
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    Pandora Crosscompiler Toolchain Based On Openpandora.org Ipks

    I also ran this script a few days ago (July 2019) and with the mods in the above post it also worked for me building the arm-2013.11 toolchain. One stumbling block I had was that my system is 64-bit and this builds a 32-bit toolchain. Make sure you install something like this: sudo apt...
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