Dear Chris, Kevin, and other Linux/MIPS-ers,
I have just started to work on a port of Linux (with
the intention of RT-Linux in a later stage)
to the Algorithmics P4032-board, based on the newly
released MIPS port for the P5064 and Atlas boards.
Dominic Sweetman already told me there are more people
interested in or working on this P4032 port.
I would be obliged if you could help me with
a status overview so far, and where work is still needed
mostly. Although MIPS and P4032 are new to me,
I am surrounded by pSOS-oriented colleagues with lots
of P4032 experience, and I am willing to invest time
in this port.
And to start with a silly question:
So far I have not found a ready-to-use cross compilation
environment; I have just started to build a gcc-2.95.2
mips cross compiler; monday I will try to solve the
first errors which stopped the compilation...
Any pointers (other than the CrossGCC FAQ and gcc doc) that
I should be aware of ?
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