This is very impressive progress. Thanks for the update!
I understand you have the prom pointers. A few that _may_
be relevant are in:
This doc was put together in a rush, any suggestions, requests
for additions etc. would be welcome.
>Ok, I have a complete compilation environment that seems to work quite
>All the tools are GNU, I have gcc/ld/as/etc. setups which can create
>either big or little endian kernels in either ELF or ECOFF format.
>The target format is that used by the existing Linux/MIPS people.
>These tools have been linking kernels for two days, I finally got a
>big endian kernel that sash would eat and it went fine until it tried
>to look for DECstation devices as that is one of the only machine
>types the existing Linux/MIPS kernels support (splat!). ;-)
>For now I'm going to hack the ARC prom code and the SCSI driver in
>parallel and see how far I can get it booting, more to come.
>David S. Miller