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Too simplified reasoning.
I am pass evaluating OS , I believe the issue is how GCC interacts with TCF in ARM6.


It has been established that RPi 0 an 1 are using ARM6 and RPi 2 and up are using ARM 7.
ARM6 "code" will run on ARM7, but ARM7 will not run on ARM6.

My code runs fine on ARM7, but not on ARM6. Exactly opposite expectations.


I did verify that TCF was build for ARM6 , but it is failing on ARM6 processor- where is should be "native".

The whole point of this troubleshooting is to find out - at lest in theory, what is happening.

I am in process of comparing compilation outputs on ARM6 versus ARM7.

I have not figured out how to verify / debug the running TCF code on either processor. It is little time consuming process keep switching between RPi's.

But I do appreciate any input to help solve this.
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