On Tue, Dec 22, 1998 at 07:40:54AM -0800, Richard Hartensveld wrote:
> I'm having problems crosscompiling a kernel for my challenge s (180mhz
> Is it normal that when you configure for a r5k, gcc uses the
> '-mcpu=r8000' option?.
Doesn't matter. GCC 2.7.2 only knew about TFP but not R5k. I choose to
pass -mcpu=r8000 because for the one optimization where it matters the R8000
was the best match for the R5000. Things would be different if we'd use
floating point, but we don't.
> When i compile, i get a kernel, only it won't boot.
> Some of you have come up with a fix the last time, only i haven't got it
> anymore, anyone that
> could help ?
Did you get trapped by the -N option bug in ld? Just dump that option from
CFLAGS in arch/mips/Makefile.