> Dear users,
> It's my first step to program a embedded system.
> It's a industrial PC with a compact flash. On this compact flash, I put
> uclibc + busybox.
> So, I think, it is not a cross-development.
> Until now, I program on DOS system with a IDE like BORLAND CPP.
> I think, it is not possible to use such IDE on linux under a terminal
> session ( so without using X, KDE, Gnome ).
> I read, that CODE::blocks is a good IDE.
> My question :
> - Do I install the GNOME, X Windows or KDE for using CODE::block ? What is
> the best ?
> - For my target, I use uclibc. Must I install code block under my CHOST (
> where I install uclibc ). Or maybee it is not necessary.
> - In this case, must I configure CODE::block to use uclibc ?
> -Is it something important to configure in MAKE.CONF ?
> - my target is a Industrial PC with a GEODE processor.
> I know, it is a lot of questions
> Is it a document, where I can find what I can use and how to configure ?
> Thanks again for your help.
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