Everything is working as it should now.
So if you dont mind, I have one more question/problem I ran into
I have managed to share the nfs thing between my development pc and the elctrum. I followed this guide while installing the toolchain:http://wiki.micromint.com/index.php/Ele ... ng_Started
and everything works fine until I compile my hello world program. The code I wrote is in a file main.c :
printf("hello world \n");
Now when I compile it with the following from the page linked above "arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc -g -march=armv5te -Os -Wall main.c -o main" it compiles fine, however when I try to run it (./main) on the electrum I get the message:
"-bash: ./main: cannot execute binary file"
everything seems to check out, except actually running the file. If I do "file main" as per the getting started guide I get the output:
"main: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, ARM, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.16, not stripped".
Any chance you can spot what is going wrong for me? googling this resulted in no answers for me so far