>It's "-mips32", which is sort of a -mips option and a -mcpu
>option rolled into one. It's supported by several gnu distributions,
>notably those of Algorithmics and Cygnus/Red Hat. I believe
>that someone at MIPS or Algorithmics succeeded in building
>a Linux kernel of some description using the Algorithmics
>SDE, but I don't know the details.
Yes,Algorithmics' linux kernel is built using their sde.And it works
for our idt64474(essentially a R4600,they told me) too.
> Kevin K.