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running "hello world" in ARM Integrator Board

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Hi,

I have a ARM Integrator board with CM920T running on Montavista Embedded Linux Professional 2.1 ported to ARM.

I have managed to setup everything including the DHCPD as well as NFS.

Using their KDevelop that comes with the package (not KDevelop from RedHat), i tried to compile a simple program that display "Hello World" running on the target (ARM920T). However, the error message that displayed by the target is "Unable to execute a binary file". Strangely, I managed to run the program on the host (x86 with Redhat 7.2).

So I did a check on the compiler setting and have ensure that it's compile for "arm_920t_le" target.

Anybody got any suggestions to this problem ?

By the way, where can I get a copy of manual for KDevelop in PDF format instead of html ?

Thanks and Merry Christmas

Embedded Linux newbie (very green)
 

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