/ android

Android Cross Compile environment

I took my Android ports build environment and turned it into a docker image.

To download it (should be around 2.3GB), install docker on Linux and then run:

# docker pull ddrown/android-cross-compile
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To use it (note: all changes are reverted, copy your work outside the VM before exiting)

# docker run -i -t --rm ddrown/android-cross-compile /home/admin/shell

An example session:

# (echo '#include <stdio.h>' ; echo 'int main() { printf("hello world\n"); }') >test.c
# ARCH_NAME=arm agcc -pie -fPIE -o test-arm test.c
# scp test-arm [webserver]:

And on the phone:

# cd /data/local/tmp
# wget [webserver]/test-arm
# chmod 755 test-arm
# ./test-arm
hello world

Sources: Dockerfile, puppet recipies