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Compiling Python for uCLinux appliance?

 
 
Gilles Ganault
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      07-29-2009
Hello

I just got a small appliance based on a Blackfin CPU with 64MB RAM and
258MB NAND flash. Using the stock software, there's about 30MB of RAM
left.

Besides C/C++ and shel scripts, I was wondering if it were realistic
to upload a few Python scripts in such a small appliance?

Thank you.
 
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Diez B. Roggisch
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      07-29-2009
Gilles Ganault wrote:

> Hello
>
> I just got a small appliance based on a Blackfin CPU with 64MB RAM and
> 258MB NAND flash. Using the stock software, there's about 30MB of RAM
> left.
>
> Besides C/C++ and shel scripts, I was wondering if it were realistic
> to upload a few Python scripts in such a small appliance?


Try & check out the gumstix software repo. It comes with python, and thus
some crosscompiling/build-instructions should be in there.

Diez
 
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