On Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 03:31:31PM +0300, Vlad Lungu wrote:
> I know some of you will laugh, but:
> - QEMU malta emulation is not really complete, to put it mildly
> - the QEMU target is available only for Linux 2.6
> - despite popular opinion, 2.4 ain't dead yet, at least in the embedded
It very much is for new product development. It's a long time that I've
seen any 2.4-based development being started for new MIPS platforms. I
basically get zero feedback for 2.4.
The last patch submitted for 2.4 was on 2006-06-15 by Chris Dearman btw.
Everything else since was just backported fixes from newer kernels and I've
given up on that give the overwhelming feedback I keep receiving for 2.4.
> I have a port of the QEMU target for Linux 126.96.36.199 (latest 2.4 kernel
> on linux-mips.org), with NE2000 card working (in both BE and LE modes).
> Still rough at the edges, but it works on stock qemu-0.9.0 with -M mips.
Actually 188.8.131.52 / 2.4.36-pre1 are the latest.
> If anyone is interested, I can send the patch by e-mail. I have no idea
> if I can post attachments to the list(s), that's why it's not attached.
I do take Linux 2.4 patches provided they don't destabilize the 2.4 branch.
The few remaining user expect stability, not a Penguin action movie ;-)
But aside of that, same submission guidelines as for 2.6.