I'm going to repeat this question because I still haven't gotten a firm
As previously discussed, there are good reasons to produce a kernel which
can handle bi-endianness. But, as Mike says, just not this week...
As we speak, Ralf has produced a batch of MIPS LSB binaries that would be
glorious to be able to run. The kernel that Mike Shaver and I have is
MSB, as are our kernel, cross-compiler and rudamentary binaries. I
believe this is because we're branching off of Dave M's work.
But, can we please agree on one endianness? I don't care which it is, so
long as we all agree. Mike and I are quite willing to give up MSB.
My proposal is to use Ralf's LSB binaries as a launchpad, and produce
only LSB binaries until we get bi-endianness going.
Also, Ralf, could you put up a binary of your kernel and a tar ball of
your root fs?
 Which are mirrored on ftp://ftp.engsoc.carleton.ca/pub/mips if you're
having problems getting them from .de. That is, until whatever.sgi.com is
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