[fpc-pascal] how to generate Free Pascal program for Open source router OpenWrt?

Mark Morgan Lloyd markMLl.fpc-pascal at telemetry.co.uk
Tue Jun 4 17:09:07 CEST 2013

Dennis wrote:
> I wrote a free pascal program in ubuntu Linux and wanted to deploy it to 
> run in a netgear router through open router firmware OpenWrt.
> To test it, I copied the program into a OpenWrt virtualbox virtual 
> machine but when I ran it, it said:
> [ 1891.890545] MyprogramName[1573] general protection ip:bf8e3f86 
> sp:bf8e2cd4 error:0 Segmentation fault
> I suspect it's because my compile target is wrong but I thought OpenWrt 
> is already based on linux.
> Please, in the CPU family, I cannot find the one used by Netgear router 
> which is Atheros AR7161

Just to keep things going since I'm in no way an expert: Google suggests 
that's MIPS24k, what's the output from  cat /proc/cpuinfo  on that box? 
What does the  file  command have to say about your binary? What version 
of FPC are you using?

Mark Morgan Lloyd
markMLl .AT. telemetry.co .DOT. uk

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