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I am working on on creating builds for windows, mac, and Unix. I am working on Ubuntu 18.04 but on a windows OS. I figured out host-platform-triplets for windows and mac and generated prefixes for them but not sure how to determine the best Unix prefix. I was hoping to run this in a unix container out in gcp as a test harness. Any recommendations or guidance?

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The following triplets are currently supported by Bitcoin Core's "depends" build system, assuming that's what you're talking about (and even if not, these are fairly standard). From https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/depends/README.md:

  • i686-pc-linux-gnu for Linux 32 bit
  • x86_64-pc-linux-gnu for x86 Linux
  • x86_64-w64-mingw32 for Win64
  • x86_64-apple-darwin18 for macOS
  • arm-linux-gnueabihf for Linux ARM 32 bit
  • aarch64-linux-gnu for Linux ARM 64 bit
  • powerpc64-linux-gnu for Linux POWER 64-bit (big endian)
  • powerpc64le-linux-gnu for Linux POWER 64-bit (little endian)
  • riscv32-linux-gnu for Linux RISC-V 32 bit
  • riscv64-linux-gnu for Linux RISC-V 64 bit
  • s390x-linux-gnu for Linux S390X

Added in master (which will become release version 22.0):

  • armv7a-linux-android for Android ARM 32 bit
  • aarch64-linux-android for Android ARM 64 bit
  • i686-linux-android for Android x86 32 bit
  • x86_64-linux-android for Android x86 64 bit

x86_64-pc-linux-gnu would be the most common one (targetting 64-bit x86 systems).

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  • That's awesome thank out ill try x86_64-pc-linux-gnu. Just need an output from the make -install that I can plave on an ubuntu 18.04 OS and run on a vm in GCP
    – Hizzy
    Apr 5, 2021 at 17:30
  • Weird I ran the command for make and got this error, /bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: "(" unexpected funcs.mk:242:. I havent changed this file and have used it to make WIndows and Mac depend prefixes
    – Hizzy
    Apr 5, 2021 at 20:42

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