On Tue, Feb 05, 2008 at 10:25:51PM -0500, Kumba wrote:
> >Kumba wrote:
> >glibc for mips has currently no such mechanism. Note that this change
> >breaks MIPS I CPUs, so it is not generally applicable.
> I'll have to ask one of our devs who knows autoconf really well. I figure
> that's probably a good place to catch something like this. Have configure
> check /proc/cpuinfo and look for "R10000", and if it finds it, mod CFLAGS
> to pass -DR10k_LLSC_WAR, and #ifdef on that in atomic.h.
> Sound plausible?
No - the very same GLIBC does not work on mips1 machines and vice versa.
Might by okay for gentoo but debian needs a run everywhere glibc which
means some ld.so tricks like with the libc6-i686 to load a different
glibc from my understanding.
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