Subject: Re: First tries with a custom toolchain to build NetBSD/mips64
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Richard Braun <email@example.com>
Date: 08/04/2004 07:27:27
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On Wed, Aug 04, 2004 at 11:48:45AM +0900, Toru Nishimura wrote:
> Richard Braun firstname.lastname@example.org asked;
> > I have built a custom toolchain using binutils 2.15 and gcc 3.3.4 which
> > can crosscompile to 64 bits MIPS processors. My problem is that I'm not
> > sure it really works. I have compile
> > ...
> > >> boot -f bootp():netbsd
> Just curious, what's really do you want for this kernel? NetBSD/mips is =
> designed to run 64bit mode.
> Toru Nishimura/ALKYL Technology
In the long run, I want to begin first stage development for NetBSD/mips64,
so that other people who own Octanes or unsupported O2 can use NetBSD...
Just want to try to add 64 bits support :-).
The toolchain I used isn't related to NetBSD. Actually, nothing is related
to NetBSD yet in what I posted. But if I'm able to run a small program on
real hardware, I'll be able to do more in the future, that's all :-).
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