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Howto: building for Android
You need an Android cross compiler from the Android NDK. It has only been tested on a recent version.
To build, set your PATH as appropriate and set the sysroot as required for example:
export CC=arm-linux-androideabi-gcc ./buildrump.sh -F CPPFLAGS=--sysroot=/home/justin/android-ndk-r10d/platforms/android-21/arch-arm -F ACLFLAGS=--sysroot=/home/justin/android-ndk-r10d/platforms/android-21/arch-arm
If you use the gcc 4.9.1 you may need to set
-F CFLAGS=-Wno-error=maybe-uninitialized, although this should be fixed.
You can build the tests (they will not run, there is no qemu-user for Android) with
Then you can run the tests on a device or simulator. However there are possibly some toolchain issues still to be resolved on some platforms.
adb -d push obj/brtests/fstest/fstest /data/local/tmp adb -d shell /data/local/tmp/fstest Reading version info from /kern: NetBSD 6.99.39 (RUMP-ROAST) #0: Wed Apr 2 18:21:45 BST 2014 justin@brill:/home/justin/rump/buildrump-android/obj/lib/librump rump kernel halting... syncing disks... done unmounting file systems... unmounting done halted
Testing is not yet very extensive, so please report any issues. Currently there is a build server at http://builds.rumpkernel.org/, not running tests.