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Are binary sets at the NetBSD-daily site built for little-endian or big-endian?

From the kernels and installation kernels available at the NetBSD-daily site (for example, ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD-daily/netbsd-4/200801250002Z/evbarm/binary/sets ) it appears that the binary set is built for the little endian version of the arm, and not the big-endian. Shouldn't there really be two sets of binaries, one for big-endian and one for little-endian? I think the difference is including the -a armeb switch during the build process.

I understand that the NSLU2 kernels can't be put there because of licensing issues, but it would still be easier to put together a working NSLU2 if the binaries were available via ftp after building the installation kernel locally.

Thanks, Don

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