> > Has anyone compiled these into a set of i486 linux binaries for people
> > to use? I will try to do this if no-one else has.
> OK, I can upload kits of binaries configured for mips-linux, mipsel-linux,
> mips-linuxelf and mipsel-linuxelf tomorrorw. Have them already on my
> disk but not yet found the time to build the same kits for GCC.
Yay! You're wonderful, as usual. :-)
> > A frustrating weekend of hacking, but with some good news: I just
> > about have the first set of official DECStation (tm) patches ready for
> > you to merge into your 1.3.58 source tree. :-)
> Hey, gimme, gimme :-)
You're at the head of the queue! :-)
> With Linus being on Usenix we can expect to have at least two weeks
> without kernel patches from him.
Thank goodness for that. I was dreading the thought of having to
re-integrate more patches before I'd finished.
> Seems a good time to work all your stuff into the kernel now so that
> we could have at least partial DECstation support in Linus'
> distribution kernel before he releases 2.0.
In that case I'll concentrate on finishing the patches before I spend
any more time on tools. We can tidy up the compilation environment
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