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Re: Porting To New System

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Subject: Re: Porting To New System
From: "Ed Okerson" <ed@okerson.com>
Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 22:13:57 -0700 (PDT)
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> Hello all,
>
> I'm a long time Linux user, and computer engineering student. I've
> recently become interested in porting Linux to Sony's PSP gaming system.
> I'm wanting to do this mainly as an exercise in understanding the kernel
> better, also I just think it would be neat :). The PSP system has a MIPS
> R4000 CPU which is already supported so it is my understanding that the
> port should not be so difficult, not to say that I think it will be easy.
> At this time I have a gcc toolchain set up which allows me to write and
> execute code on the PSP, however I have never attempted a kernel port so
> I'm a little unsure on what to do. I'm looking for someone who wouldn't
> mind assisting me with my project by helping me with my questions on the
> porting process. I you have time to answer a few emails here and there,
> and would like to help me, I would greatly appreciate it.

You should probably have a look at http://www.psp-linux.org/ click on
messages boards at the top of the page to get to all the action.  I am
sure these guys can answer all your questions.

Ed Okerson




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