> This is not the point. Truly nobody will run Linux/MIPS on a
> 1024-CPU RM1000, even if it could. Probably not even on a 2-CPU RM400.
> The point is that we can claim that Linux/MIPS is interesting enough
> that SNI supports it.
As long as noone of us HAS at least a machine with two whatever CPUs
Linux/MIPS won't become reality; that's for shure. Though it'd be
interesting and I'd probably give my right arm for a four processor
> > I'm ok with that, we have to make a decision about the right tools,
> > and well Ralf can always play with the new ones (I will try them:).
> Fine. No problem with playing with new tools, but there must be
> some sort of standard, even if it's not the hottest, coolest and
> whatever bells-and-whissle-equipped stuff.
Be happy that I didn't release every tools that I changed at least a