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cannot build for Raspberry Pi2 8 years 8 months ago #7454

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Hi,
For past 2 days I've been struggling with making CT cross-compile for Raspberry Pi2. Basically I was following this guide 386-cross-build-for-rasberry-pi just changing RapberryPi to RapberryPi2, but encountered two problems:
1. when I try to make console app everything builds just fine but when i upload compiled project I get this error:
-bash: ./project1.o: cannot execute binary file
2. when I try to make GUI app it's the same behaviour (compiles but I get "cannot execute binary file" error). However when I try to test options I get this warning:
WARNING: library search path does not exist: c:\codetyphon\typhon\lcl\interfaces\opt\gnome\lib
HINT: using config file C:\codetyphon\fpc\fpc32\bin\i386-win32\fpc.cfg
WARNING: ppu exists twice: C:\codetyphon\fpc\fpc32\units\arm-linux\fv\dialogs.ppu, c:\codetyphon\typhon\lcl\units\arm-linux\dialogs.ppu
WARNING: ppu exists twice: C:\codetyphon\fpc\fpc32\units\arm-linux\fv\menus.ppu, c:\codetyphon\typhon\lcl\units\arm-linux\menus.ppu

In both cases there is also problem with debugging, I get error:
Error creating process... (error 193)
I thought QEMU should be executed now... I am using CT 5.3 on WIn 8.1 Pro 64 bit and get those errors with both 32bit and 64bit versions of CT.

I don't know what am I doing wrong, already tried all solutions you gave for similar problems on this forum, I have even recompiled everything 3 times just to be sure and still same problems. Any help would be much appreciated.

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cannot build for Raspberry Pi2 8 years 8 months ago #7455

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Sir
-did you use arm-linux-Raspbian2.7z link Os library from our server?
-did you set Platform GTK2 ?
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cannot build for Raspberry Pi2 8 years 8 months ago #7456

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I used "Download Libraries" option from CTC and I set GTK2 ofc. I'll try with version you linked now.

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cannot build for Raspberry Pi2 8 years 8 months ago #7457

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OK, it works correctly (apart from debug problem) :)

Looks like It was not a problem with CT and just me. I'm used to Delphi putting output files in ".\$(Platform)\$(Config)" so when i saw "lib\arm-linux" and "lib\i386-win32" I thought it was output directory...
This time I wanted to test both applications (console and GUI) at once and to do this I had to change their names (both were called project1) before uploading them to single directory on my Pi2. Doing that I just realized that "lib" folder was unit output directory (as labeled in CT anyway). In other words I was trying to execute project unit instead of program all the time. Well, two days lost because of that... but hey, it finally works :)

Thank you very much for help, it made me discover my mistake :blush:

Can you help me with debugging issue too?

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cannot build for Raspberry Pi2 8 years 8 months ago #7458

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Sir, for debugging
we waiting Fpdebug library to "crow".
GDB cross debugging is not a simple task...

and have fun
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