The command to build a toolchain, that works with version 2.0.1 of the Motorola Milestone firmware, on gentoo is:

crossdev --kernel 2.6.29 arm-none-linux-gnueabi

(It worked for me)

Like in my first article I tested to build a helloWorld program and the bash shell. The steps needed are the same except for the host. Instead of arm7-unknown-linux-gnu or arm-unknown-linux-uclibc it now should be arm-none-linux-gnueabi.

Here is my bash binary. (Tested on my Milestone with a nearly unmodified firmware 2.0.1)

Cross compile code for the Motorola Milestone using Gentoo

02 Feb 2010 by man0lis

The toolchain build in this article currently only works with version 2.0 of the Milestone firmware, but I wrote another short article about getting a working toolchain for 2.0.1.

When I first used ConnectBot to get a local shell, I immediately felt some kind of incompleteness. I ...

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HOWTO: Root the Motorola Milestone

19 Jan 2010 by man0lis

Finally: root for the milestone! Today at 00:48 am SeraphimSerapis released a modified witch roots the 2.0 firmware of the Motorola Milestone. In the following I will document the process for rooting my device. This howto is for the Milestone NOT the droid.

Step 1. Getting ...

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Ported GnGeo for the Pandora

22 Jun 2010 by man0lis

UPDATE 3: There was a bug that made it unable to add rom directories. Fixed please redownload gngeo-0.7-xgngeo-r1.pnd

UPDATE 2: With the help of my buddy AlexanderS I modified the gui of xgngeo. There is no rom select dialog anymore. This is now done in the main window ...

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Ported Numpty Physics for the Pandora

15 Jun 2010 by man0lis

My Pandora ( finally arrived. Its awesome. So for some learning purposes i ported a game. Here is my Port of Numpty Physics.


I did no optimizations, just cross compiled it and packed a pnd file.


I just build the same code with all ARM NEON ...

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Update the Milestone to firmware 2.0.1 with root

14 Feb 2010 by man0lis

Firmware 2.0.1 is out for all versions of the Milestone since about one week. It seems that Motorola did not patch the exploit that allows us to get root. If that was done intentional, its a huge step for freedom. (if not its just business as usual and ...

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