just some suggestions for the FAQ:
Ralf Baechle wrote:
> Processor types
> 2.2.1. R2000, R3000 family
> Same also applies for the R3000 which basically a R3000 plus a R3010
That should most probably be another
> FPU and 64k cache running at upto 40Mhz and integrated into same chip.
> Support for the R3000 processor is currently in the works by various
> 2.2.2. R6000
> The R6000 is currently not supported. It is a 32 bit MIPS ISA 2
> processor and a pretty interesting and wiered piece of silicon. It
> 2.2.4. R8000
> The R8000 is currently unsupported partly because the machines used by
> the Linux/MIPS developers don't have such a machine, partly because
^^^^^^^ chip ?
> this processor is relativly rare and has only been used in a few SGI
> 2.2.5. R10000
> The R10000 is currently unsupported because the machines used by the
> Linux/MIPS developers don't have such a machine.
^^^^^^^ processor ?
> 6.1. Diskspace requirements
> partition. Building egcs requires 71mb and installation 14mb. GNU
> libc requires 149mb diskspace during installation and 33mb for
> installation. Note these number are just a guideline and may differ
> 6.7. float.h
> Another, bootstrap problem is that building GCC requires running
> 6.9. Installing GNU libc
> GNU libc also contains extensive online documentation. Your systems
> might already have a version of this documentation installed. So if
> you don't want to install the info pages which will save you a less
> than a megabyte or already have them installed skip the next step:
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