On 30-May-00 Hiroshi Kawashima wrote:
> I'm one of member of Linux-VR project (porting Linux on NEC VR41xx based WinCE
> machines) http://linux-vr.org/ .
> I've almostly completed porting Kernel Floating Emulation of
> Linux/Mips to Linux-VR, so I'm moving to building userland (hard-float).
> Since VR41xx based WinCE machine is very slow, I'm now considering to
> buy SGI machines to build userland binaries.
That won't help you, I´m afraid, if you want to natively build userland stuff.
my knowledge all SGI boxes are configured in big endian mode, where all CE
machines are little endian.
A Cobalt RaQ would probably be better for what you want.