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Corss build from Win32 to i326-Linux 5 years 5 months ago #12716

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Hi all,

I have a following error.

Error: The project uses target OS=linux and CPU=i386.
The system.ppu for this target was not found in the FPC binary directories.
Make sure fpc is installed correctly for this target and the fpc.cnf contains the right directories.

How do I solve this problem? Any suggestions?

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Corss build from Win32 to i326-Linux 5 years 5 months ago #12717

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Thanks Sir
you must
-Build with CTCenter i386-Linux FPC cross-element
-Download and install i386-Linux OS libraries

Please read this
the procedure it's the same
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Corss build from Win32 to i326-Linux 5 years 5 months ago #12720

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I think I followed your solution, but still have the issue.
I attatched my screenshot of code typhon centre status.
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Corss build from Win32 to i326-Linux 5 years 5 months ago #12722

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1) Build FreePascal i386-linux cross element




2) Download i386-linux OS Libraries




3) Set to your project Target OS Linux and Target CPU i386




4) Set to your project Platform GTK2




5) Set to your project Paths/Libraries the directory of i386-linux OS Libraries (downloaded with step 2 above)




6) And finally build your project




and have fun.... :)
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