I can't give you a list of commands. But clang can compile to a target without use of multiple computers. However: news I heard is that compiling Linux Kernel for an unsupported architecture is NOT SIMPLE. If one of the known good architectures covers "many but not more" for your target CPU your luck. If not, it is "not supposed to be easy".
You should know you compile linux with target processor. Then the whole tool chain the same. Then assemble a (likely bootable usb), and boot the device with that USB. Then also, if your serious, you would configure the kernel for remote debugging if you have that need (say, serial?)
that's all very simple stuff. i hope i'm not repeating things people didn't need to hear.