Subject: Re:
To: Main, William <>
From: Tsukemono <>
List: port-arm
Date: 08/28/2004 22:43:15
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The ARM9 core is already supported. That was pretty much the best
answer I could round up : )<br>
It turns out that it is not interesting for a new design, anyway as
Samsung has flagged the processor as not recommended for new designs.
But for an old design, well, that would be where you should start.
Perhaps you can do a generic port and then tune your way from there.
Don't know much about it, to be honest.<br>
Main, William wrote:
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  <p><font size="2">Filip,<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Did you get any reasonable response to your query below? Iam
interested as well<br>
Subject: ARM 920T ports<br>
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List: port-arm<br>
Date: 12/23/2003 13:20:06<br>
Have anyone ventured into the idea of porting NetBSD to the ARM9 series?<br>
What I had in mind was the Samsung S3C2800 version of the ARM920T core.<br>
Please give comments on "doability" or caveats possible with such a