In angstrom we use linaro gcc for ARM, but only for cross and target
compilers, when it comes to cross sdk compilers then we switch to
OE-core, this worked fine until gcc-source recipe was introduced, the
implementation forces to have just 1 version of gcc sources, which
happens to be provided by linaro gcc here, so as soon as it comes to
building non-linaro gcc it does not know that sources are not in
expected shared location

Signed-off-by: Khem Raj <>
 conf/distro/angstrom-v2014.12.conf | 1 -
 1 file changed, 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/conf/distro/angstrom-v2014.12.conf 
index f3ba380..9bc3e49 100644
--- a/conf/distro/angstrom-v2014.12.conf
+++ b/conf/distro/angstrom-v2014.12.conf
@@ -64,7 +64,6 @@ ANGSTROM_NATIVE_BINUTILS_VERSION                 ?= "2.24%"
 ANGSTROM_GCC_VERSION_arm                         ?= "linaro-4.9%"
 ANGSTROM_GCC_VERSION_aarch64                     ?= "linaro-4.9%"
 # we use OE-Core for native and nativesdk GCC
-SDKGCCVERSION_arm                                ?= "4.9%"
 ANGSTROM_BINUTILS_VERSION_arm                    ?= "linaro-%"
 ANGSTROM_BINUTILS_VERSION_aarch64                ?= "linaro-%"
 ANGSTROM_GDB_VERSION_arm                         ?= "linaro-%"

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