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If you're only interested in compiling psx code, you can clone the PCSX-Redux repo; 1git clone -redux.git --recursivethen install a mips toolchain and get the converted PsyQ libraries in the pcsx-redux/src/mips/psyq/ folder as per these instructions.
Download the MIPS toolchain here : ++-mipsel-none-elf-10.3.0.zipand add the bin folder to your $PATH.You can test it's working by launching a command prompt and typing mipsel-none-elf-gcc.exe --version. If you get a message like mipsel-none-gnu-gcc (GCC) 10.3.0, then it's working !
Other Packages Related to gcc-mips-linux-gnu depends recommends suggests enhances dep:cpp-mips-linux-gnu (>= 4:7.4.0-1ubuntu1.3) GNU C preprocessor (cpp) for the mips architecture dep:gcc-7-mips-linux-gnu (>= 7.4.0-1~) GNU C compiler (cross compiler for mips architecture) rec:libc6-dev-mips-cross GNU C Library: Development Libraries and Header Files (for cross-compiling) or libc-dev-mips-cross virtual package provided by libc6-dev-mips-cross sug:autoconf automatic configure script builder sug:automake Tool for generating GNU Standards-compliant Makefiles sug:bison YACC-compatible parser generator sug:flex fast lexical analyzer generator sug:gcc-doc Documentation for the GNU C compilers (gcc, gobjc, g++) sug:gdb-mips-linux-gnu Package not available sug:libtool Generic library support script sug:make utility for directing compilation also a virtual package provided by make-guile sug:manpages-dev Manual pages about using GNU/Linux for development Download gcc-mips-linux-gnu Download for all available architectures ArchitecturePackage SizeInstalled SizeFiles amd641.4 kB25.0 kB [list of files] i3861.4 kB25.0 kB [list of files] This page is also available in the following languages:
VisualGDB can install many GCC-based toolchains out-of-the-box. Simply select a download link in one of the VisualGDB Project Wizards and it will automatically download and install a toolchain:If your firewall is preventing VisualGDB from downloading toolchains, you can always download and install them manually from the GNUToolchains site.
If you open a project that references an unknown toolchain, VisualGDB will automatically suggest downloading or locating it:If you would like to have multiple flavors of the same toolchain, try manually changing the toolchain ID in \Toolchain.xml file and re-importing it into VisualGDB.
The Linux kernel that comes with the board is a modified 188.8.131.52 one. If you ever want to rebuild it yourself from the GPL archive, you need a mips64-octeon-linux-gnu toolchain that comes withthe Cavium SDK. Typical distro toolchains (mips64-unknonwn-*) will fail to compile these kernel sources with errors like these:
You can download a tarball installer, which includes the pre-built toolchain, the runqemu script, and support files from the appropriate directory under -1.4.2/toolchain/. Toolchains are available for 32-bit and 64-bit development systems from the i686 and x86-64 directories, respectively. Each type of development system supports five target architectures. The names of the tarball installer scripts are such that a string representing the host system appears first in the filename and then is immediately followed by a string representing the target architecture.
You can download the pre-built Linux kernel suitable for running in the QEMU emulator from -1.4.2/machines/qemu. Be sure to use the kernel that matches the architecture you want to simulate. Download areas exist for the five supported machine architectures: qemuarm, qemumips, qemuppc, qemux86, and qemux86-64.
This package provides headers from the Linux kernel. These headersare used by the installed headers for GNU glibc and other systemlibraries. They are NOT meant to be used to build third-party modules foryour kernel. Use linux-headers-* packages for that. Download linux-libc-dev-mips-cross Download for all available architectures ArchitecturePackage SizeInstalled SizeFiles all763.4 kB3,933.0 kB [list of files] This page is also available in the following languages (How to set the default document language):
Setting up OS/161 on your own machine is more involved thansetting it up in your account in the student.cs environment.In the student.cs enviroment, both the sys/161 simulator(on which OS/161 runs) and the associated toolchain (compiler,debugger, binary utilities) are set up in the CS350 courseaccount and can be used from there.To run OS/161 on your home machine, you will need to downloadand build your own copies of the simulator and the toolchainbefore you can work with OS/161.
If things go wrong please have a look at the FAQfor answers and solutions.In particular most systems require the installationof additional software and/or libraries.This will vary by Linux distro and/or Mac OS X versionand we'll try to collect information in the FAQ.OS161 and Toolchain FAQStep 1: DownloadStart by downloading the necessary files, which are describedin the following table:WhatDownload LinkApprox. Download Size (MB)Approx. Unpacked Size (MB)Binutils for MIPSos161-binutils.tar.gz18113GCC MIPS Cross-Compileros161-gcc.tar.gz2395GDB for Use with OS/161os161-gdb.tar.gz20116bmake for use with OS/161os161-bmake.tar.gz12mk for use with OS/161os161-mk.tar.gz11sys/161sys161.tar.gz12OS/161os161.tar.gz13NOTE: It may take some time to download some of thesefiles and if you try to proceed (e.g., run tar beforeall of the file has been downloaded it will fail).Please check that your browser has finished downloadingthe file you are going to work with before working with it.A Virtual Machine May HelpIf you are running Windows or macOS you may have a difficult timegetting OS/161 installed natively. One option is to install a Virtual Machine.Michael Honke has made available a Virtual Box VM (it runs Linux) for you and has OS/161 installed already. It can be downloaded here. The VM's OS is very light, you should not need 3D acceleration or more than 1024MB of RAM.However, you will need to enable virtualization on your CPU (Intel VT or AMD-V).This is available on most current CPUs and is a setting in your BIOS (typically).The login is: cs350 and the password is: os161Step 2: Build and Install the Binary Utilities (Binutils)Unpack the binutils archive:tar -xzf os161-binutils.tar.gzMove into the newly-created directory:cd binutils-2.17+os161-2.0.1Configure binutils:./configure --nfp --disable-werror --target=mips-harvard-os161 --prefix=$HOME/sys161/toolsMake binutils:makeIf the make command fails because of a problem relatedto makeinfo, try running the following command:find . -name '*.info' | xargs touchand then re-run make.Finally, once make has succeeded, install the binutils intotheir final location:make installThis will create the directory $HOME/sys161/tools/and populate it.
When you are finished with these steps, a listing of thedirectory $HOME/sys161/bin should look similar to this:bmake@ cs350-gcc@ cs350-ld@ cs350-run@cs350-addr2line@ cs350-gcc-4.1.2@ cs350-nm@ cs350-size@cs350-ar@ cs350-gccbug@ cs350-objcopy@ cs350-strings@cs350-as@ cs350-gcov@ cs350-objdump@ cs350-strip@cs350-c++filt@ cs350-gdb@ cs350-ranlib@cs350-cpp@ cs350-gdbtui@ cs350-readelf@Step 8: Build and Install the sys161 SimulatorUnpack the sys161 archive:tar -xzf sys161.tar.gzMove into the newly-created directory:cd sys161-1.99.06Next, configure sys161:./configure --prefix=$HOME/sys161 mipsebBuild sys161 and install it:makemake installFinally, set up a link to a sample sys161 configuration filecd $HOME/sys161ln -s share/examples/sys161/sys161.conf.sample sys161.confStep 9: Install OS/161First, create a directory to hold the OS/161 source code, yourcompiled OS/161 kernels, and related test programs.cd $HOMEmkdir cs350-os161Next, move the OS/161 archive into your new directory and unpack it:mv os161.tar.gz cs350-os161cd cs350-os161tar -xzf os161.tar.gzThis will create a directory called os161-1.99(under cs350-os161) containing the OS/161 sourcecode. You should now be able build, install, and runan OS/161 kernel and related application and test programsby following steps similar to those used to install OS/161in the student.cs computing environment, startingwith the step "Configure and Build OS/161".Step 10: Cleanup (optional)Once you have completed the above steps, your OS/161-relateddevelopment tools (binutils, gcc, gdb) and the sys/161 simulatorwill be installed under $HOME/sys161, and OS/161 itselfwill be installed under $HOME/cs350-os161. The archive files (filenames ending in .tar.gz)that you downloaded in Step 1are no longer needed, so feel free to remove them if you wantto save space or reduce clutter.You can also remove the directories in which you unpackedthe archives and built the software:binutils-2.17+os161-2.0.1,gcc-4.1.2+os161-2.0,gdb-6.6+os161-2.0,bmake and sys161-1.99.06.However, do not delete the OS/161 source code(under $HOME/cs350-os161/os161-1.99), since you will be makinguse of it for your assignments. Optionally, you may also remove the directory $HOME/sys161/tools/bin from your shell command path, as it is needed only during the process of building the toolchain. However, you be sure to leave$HOME/sys161/bin in your path, as that is the home of the toolchain binaries that you will be using as you work with OS/161.
The package name shall not be prefixed with the word cross- (it was previously proposed, but was not adopted in official packages, probably due to additional length of names), and shall consist of the package name, prefixed by GNU triplet without vendor field or with "unknown" in vendor field; example: arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc. If shorter naming convention exists (e.g. mips-gcc), it may be used, but this is not recommended.
Sep 12, 2008 - The download links have been updated againI have uploaded the prebuilt package of the port as well as theprebuilt toolchain to another file hosting server again. They claim theserver provides unlimited storage space and unlimited downloadbandwidth, and I hope they really mean it this time.June 21, 2008 - The prebuilt unified toolchain has been uploadedFinally...I'vegot the 50M package of the prebuilt toolchain uploaded to a filehosting server. It was originally built in RedHat 9 and was placedunder /usr/src/buildroot/build_mipsel/ as the result of buildroot. ButI suppose it still works even if it's placed elsewhere (cos that's whatgcc 4.2 should be capable of). If it doesn't, just put it back to itsoriginal location. Enjoy :)Feb 3, 2008 - uClinux on PSP 0.22 is releasedA screenshot of it:*********************************** uClinux on PSP 0.22 Release Notes Jackson Mo on Feb 3, 2008***********************************INSTALL-------Extract the package and copy the entire folder of uClinux/ folder to PSP/GAMEand run the loader from XMB.Though unsatisfactory but it seems true that the old loader that runs on 150firmware does deliver more stable performance than the new slim-compatibleloader. Thus, if the new loader doesn't work for your PSP and you still havethe 150 add-ons, try the old one by replacing the EBOOT.PBP with the on inFW150/, and moving the whole uClinux/ folder to PSP/GAME150 as well.REVISIONS---------Major bug-fixing/enhancements in the kernel including: - Adding new ability to the kernel to detect RAM size automatically at boot time, making it possible for the system to take advantage of the extra 32M RAM on slim. - Fixing the binary executable loader to correct a previous bug that caused small programs (around 8K) to crash when loading. - Fixing the framebuffer driver enabling mmap and flush operations to access the driver (See the source of the new On-Screen Keyboard for example). - Refactoring the joypad driver by moving all console-related function out of the driver and relocating them into the console screen driver, making the overall structure more clear and reasonable. - Adding new ability to the joypad driver to block access to the driver if the HOLD lock is on. Also, a new emulate mouse driver is attached to the joypad driver to simlate a PS/2 mouse device on PSP controlled by both analog and dpad.Major enhancements in On-Screen Keyboard including: - Allowing users to customize OSK to use dpad or analog or both as input measures by specifying different options in boot command. - Adding new snapshot-taking function to OSK. Press the LCD button to take a snapshot of the screen, which will be stored at /usr/screenshots which linksto ms0:/picture by default. - Adding a shutdown function in OSK to power off the machine without typing commands. Press HOME+CIRCLE+CROSS to initiate the shutdown. - Adding a new Mouse mode in OSK besides the existing Keyboard mode. Press SELECT key to switch between modes.Introducing the new text console Mouse Daemon for PSP: - This program severs users/developers as a demonstration of how to utilize the emulate mouse in psplinux. It also provides a copy & paste function tofacilitate users to operate easier in text console.Major enhancements in pspboot including: - Re-enabling uses to build the 150 version by specifying "FW150=1" after make.FILE LIST--------- uClinux/ uClinux/EBOOT.PBP uClinux/FW150 uClinux/FW150/EBOOT.PBP uClinux/kmodlib.prx uClinux/pspboot.conf uClinux/README uClinux/vmlinux-0.22.binJan 9, 2008 - PSPBoot 0.22 for 2.0+ firmware and slim is releasedThenew PSPBoot 0.22 is released. This version fixes a few bugs, and adoptsa safer way of executing code in kernel mode without the 1.5 firmware,hence it can run on 2.0+ firmware and slim without 1.5 add-ons.Jan 3, 2008 - A new website was madeThis website gets a refreshing look to catch up with the spirit of the new year!Jan 1, 2008 - An unified toolchain is availableA newtoolchain with gcc 4.2.1 and uClibc 0.9.29 capable of building both thekenrel and other apps is now available, making developments on thisport much easier. Features A) uClinux kernel 2.6.22-uc1. There have been substantial improvements fromkernel 2.4 to 2.6 (one of which is the preemptible kernel that performs lowlatency operations). However, MIPS machines with no mmu (like Allegrex) are notyet official supported by the latest uClinux distribution. Therefore the kernelneeds some serious patch up before it can be loaded on PSP. B) A configurable loader. The loader's behavior is controllable through aconfig file, similar to vivi or uboot. However, it only runs on the 1.5kernel/firmware thus users may experience problems with firmware 3.71 m33 orhigher without applying the 1.5 kernel patch (3.71 m33-2). C) Busybox 1.7 armed with loads of utilities running on linux. Again, theoriginal version needs to be patched up before it can run on PSP. D) A serial driver controlling UART3 (the remote control port on fat PSP)allowing you to open a SIO console on the PSP or to use any terminal program onyour PC to act as an emulate keyboard when you are using virtual terminal. Upto 6 virtual terminals are available on PSP. Use +/- buttons to switch betweenterminals. E) A simple Framebuffer driver enabling virtual terminals to be displayed onPSP's LCD screen. F) A new block device driver giving you accessibility to the Memory Stick(Cool!). By default, disk ms0 will be mounted to /ms0 after system startup, andthere could be ms1 or more had you Memory Stick been divided into multiplepartitions. G) A joypad driver allowing linux applications to acquire input from PSPbuttons. H) An On-Screen Keyboard facilitating fast input in the linux environment, andalso serving as an example of how to use the joypad driver. I) A patched mips toolchain capable of building both the uClinux kernel andother applications running on PSP. Installation Download the latest pre-compiled package here.Extract the package and copy the entire folder of uClinux/ folder to PSP/GAMEand run the loader from XMB. Though unsatisfactory but it seems true that the old loader that runs on 150firmware does deliver more stable performance than the new slim-compatibleloader. Thus, if the new loader doesn't work for your PSP and you still have the150 add-ons, try the old one by replacing the EBOOT.PBP with the on in FW150/,and moving the whole uClinux/ folder to PSP/GAME150 as well. Build the Toolchain Unlike the previous one, a new MIPS(el) toolchain with the gcc 4.2.1 and uClibc0.9.29 is now in place capable of building both the kernel and other apps. Toconstruct or customize your own toolchain, recommend you to use buildroot(20071216 or any version close to it) available at details can be found in the following section: **************************************************** Building the MIPS(el) toolchain for uClinux on PSP ****************************************************This package will help you build your own toolchain incorporating gcc 4.2.1 anduClibc 0.9.29 capable of building both the uClinux kernel and the other apps that run on PSP. With the help of buildroot (available at )and following a few simple steps below, you will be able to kick off an highlyautomatic process that downloads and builds binutilities, gcc, uClibc and othertools for you, which are all essential to psp-linux development. You may stillneed a little trouble-shooting along the way which is also covered in this README,but everything other than that is still a fairly pleasant experience. Before thisintroduction gets more like an ad, let's get started :)Please visit for the latest update.Jackson MoJan 3, 2008INSTALL*******1) Unpack the buildroot tarball to $(BUILDROOT). $(BUILDROOT) representswhatever location you would like to have buildroot installed, and most of thecommands below are run under $(BUILDROOT)/.2) Add $(BUILDROOT)/build_mipsel/staging_dir/usr/bin/ to your search PATH.3) Applying patch files:- Copy gcc-4.2.1.linuxonpsppatch to $(BUILDROOT)/toolchain/gcc/4.2.1/- Copy uclibc-0.9.29.linuxonpsppatch to $(BUILDROOT)/toolchain/uClibc/- Copy elf2flt.linuxonpsppatch to $(BUILDROOT)/toolchain/elf2flt/- Apply buildroot-20071216.linuxonpsppatch4) Config the toolchain:- make menuconfig, or copy buildroot-20071216-linuxonpsp.config to $(BUILDROOT)/- make uclibc-menuconfig- Copy uclibc-0.9.29-linuxonpsp.config to toolchain_build_mipsel/uClibc-0.9.295) makeTROUBLE SHOOTING****************NOTE: you may not run into every of the issues below as some of the factorscontributing to these issues may vary between different machines/systems.1) Possible issue 1: make: *** [bfd.info] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18-build/bfd/doc' ... make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18-build/bfd' make: *** [info-recursive] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18-build/bfd' make: *** [all-bfd] Error 2 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18-build' make: *** [all] Error 2 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18-build' make: *** [/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18-build/binutils/objdump] Error 2Workaround: cd /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18-build/bfd/doc makeinfo --split-size=5000000 --split-size=5000000 -I /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18/bfd/doc -o bfd.info `test -f 'bfd.texinfo' || echo '/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/binutils-2.18/bfd/doc/'`bfd.texinfo continue to run make under $(BUILDROOT)/2) Possible issue 2: if [ ! -e /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/mipsel-linux-uclibc/bin/cc ]; then \ ln -snf gcc /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/mipsel-linux-uclibc/bin/cc; \ fi ln: creating symbolic link `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/mipsel-linux-uclibc/bin/cc' to `gcc': No such file or directory make: *** [/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/gcc-4.2.1-final/.installed] Error 1Workaround: cd $(BUILDROOT)/build_mipsel/staging_dir/ ln -s usr/mipsel-linux-uclibc/ mipsel-linux-uclibc continue to run make under $(BUILDROOT)/3) Possible issue 3: install -c /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/project_build_mipsel/linuxonpsp/root/usr/bin/ldd \ /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/mipsel-linux-uclibc/target_utils/ldd install: cannot stat `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/project_build_mipsel/linuxonpsp/root/usr/bin/ldd': No such file or directory make: *** [/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/project_build_mipsel/linuxonpsp/root/usr/bin/ldd] Error 1Workaround: touch $(BUILDROOT)/project_build_mipsel/linuxonpsp/root/usr/bin/ldd continue to run make under $(BUILDROOT)/4) Possible issue 4: [ -f /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/bin/mipsel-linux-uclibc-ld.real ] || \ mv /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/bin/mipsel-linux-uclibc-ld /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/bin/mipsel-linux-uclibc-ld.real mv: can't stat source /usr/src/buildroot-20071216/build_mipsel/staging_dir/bin/mipsel-linux-uclibc-ld make: *** [install] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/elf2flt' make: *** [/usr/src/buildroot-20071216/toolchain_build_mipsel/elf2flt/elf2flt] Error 2Workaround: cd $(BUILDROOT)/build_mipsel/staging_dir/bin/ ln -s `find .. -name 'mipsel-linux-uclibc-ld'` mipsel-linux-uclibc-ld cd $(BUILDROOT)/toolchain_build_mipsel/elf2flt/ make install continue to run make under $(BUILDROOT)/NOTE: Some of the changes made in this toolchain are aimed to eliminate therelocation type of R_MIPS_GPREL32 (see details in the MIPS ABI supplement) fromthe generated ELF image by specifying the flag of -fno-jump-tables to stop gccfrom using jump tables during code generation. However, jump tables may not bethe sole reason accountable for the use of R_MIPS_GPREL32. If you are stillgetting the problem of "reloc outside program" during app loading, furtherchanges to the toolchain may still be required. Build PSPBoot PSPBoot (latest version 0.22 now supporting 2.0+ firmware and slim PSP) is PBPprogram just like other PSP homebrews. To compile it, you need to install thePSPSDK which is available at the source here,unpack it and run the following command under the directory you extract thepackage to: 2b1af7f3a8