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Re: CVS commit: src/doc
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On Aug 26, 2010, at 9:45 AM, Izumi Tsutsui wrote:
Mention mips64 support (from the first branch merge) by matt@,
so details wont be forgotten in the release notes.
IMO, no one will forget it because all mips ports have been broken
since the merge and we won't get the next release unless it's fixed.
Anyway, if you would like to mention it, we should also mention
it's broken in the HEAD.
Are there any specific problems or (even better) PRs for this
In general, (not specific at all ;p)
- post-your-fix kernel + pre-mips64-merge userland work fine
- post-your-fix kernel + post-mips64-merge userland don't work
on mips ports I tried.
That's not quite what I see on sgimips.
With an old userland and a new kernel I still get numerous binaries
which dump core on startup, namely all shells except in single user. A
kernel prior to Simon's fixes would not run a single userland binary,
a fixed kernel seems to run most but not all of them. I didn't try a
post merge userland yet.
So, the machine will get to userland, show a login prompt, let you
login but then immediately drop back to the login prompt since the
shell died, same effect via ssh.
I see this on both Indy and O2, both have R5k CPUs in case it matters.
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