VirtualBox is Working and Toolchain is Compiled
I upgraded VirtualBox on my Surface Pro 3 today. Instead of just crashing on launch, it now runs. Windows 10 is still not officially supported, but so far it seems to be running. I have it running Mint 17.1. I did apt-get install flex, bison, texinfo, subversion, git, gcc, g++, libboost-graph-dev, and binutils. But it seems to get to the end. I ran ./configure with the –disable-pic14-port and –disable-pic16-port. That way it doesn’t require I pull in the PIC stuff. And it did install properly.
This is the basic operation. # is super-user stuff, $ is user stuff. Of course, YMMV. Or probably YMWV (your mileage will vary).
Let me know if I’m missing any steps….
Update–just in case you’re interested, the tools in ~/sdcc-3.5.2/sdccd/bin/ can be run in gdb. So if something goes awry, I have a fighting chance of diagnosing the problem.