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ella
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« on: January 24, 2012, 01:14:12 AM »

Hi,
I have received my sheevaplug baic and starting to work on it.
I have successfully connected to plug via USB-RS232 and SSH. I'm not a new in Linux word but can't say i'm a freak.

First of all I'm trying to arrange a working environment.  Most of my PC's are Windows based and I'm used to work under Windows with my favorite editors. Although I can use VI and not bad in Unix prompts (mostly bash). So my regular environment is Windows PC with Cygwin terminal.

1. My first question is if there is a way to build gcc cross compiler to run under Cygwin?
2. Is it possible to install native gcc into sheevaplug?

I have installed gcc on my Linux remote host and manage to run Hello World application. But it would be much more convenient for me to work on my Windows host with SSH to sheevaplug.
Thanks for the info.
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