I just received a bunch of Raspberry Pis and though I give the propeller tool-chain installer script I wrote earlier about a try. Here is what a did on a fresh Raspbian “wheezy” to get it work.
1) Install needed dependencies
sudo apt-get install git subversion mercurial texinfo flex libncurses5-dev python-serial
2) Get the Script
cd $HOME mkdir src cd src git clone https://github.com/wendlers/install-propeller-toolchain.git cd install-propeller-toolchain
3) Edit config.inc
Open „config.inc“ in your favorite editor and change to following:
... NUM_OF_PARMAKE=1 ... USE_LOADER_HACK=1
sudo su ./install-propeller-toolchain.sh
5) Wait a looooong time ..
Really, it took so much more time than on the Tegra 2 … but finally find the complete tool-chain under /opt/parallax.
Note: you could watch progress by tailing install.log.
For the impatient, I made a ready to use binary archive you can download here. On the Raspberry Pi install it to /opt/parallax like so:
sudo tar -jxvf propeller-toolchain-gcc-spin-armv6_20120909.tar.bz2 -C /
The examples from the source-dist is also available under /opt/parallax/examples.