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1) The preferred solution is to provide me with
a C cross-compiler that runs on a linux ELF
glibc 2.* machine and is capable of producing
shared libraries for your platform.
2) Alternatively, you can donate(not loan) to me a machine
that has networking support and has all the necessary
software installed to compile C source code into a
shared library. I won't need a monitor if I can somehow
find a cable that will connect the video out to individual
RGB BNC connectors or a standard VGA connector.
Again, this isn't the preferred way, since it's easier
for me to have the cross-compiler. The only advantage
this has is for audio support and if I need to debug
NOTE: since I'm under NDA for most of the dlls, I can't
give out the source. Nor can I upload the source to an
account that is provided to me for the purposes of doing
So... what would be needed and probably best, is for someone to sit down and
fix a cross compiler enviroment for FreeBSD that can run on Linux. Unless
there is someone here with too much money that could buy an extra machine,
install a nice install of FreeBSD, and ship it to him.
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