Subject: Re: Acorn Archimedes port?
To: Ben Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Erik E. Fair <email@example.com>
Date: 04/07/1998 13:06:11
At 10:49 -0700 4/7/98, Ben Harris wrote:
>In case you're curious, these machines can't run NetBSD/arm32, because the
>ARM2 and ARM3 don't have 32-bit mode. They're restricted to a 26-bit
>address bus, and have a slightly different register model. The MMU in the
>older machines is different too, being a separate chip (or several) (the
Umm, silly me for asking, but does that have implications for the CPU
instruction set, and if so, will gcc generate code for it? If not, the
first place I'd go is to a compiler guru.