*To*: <debian-alpha@lists.debian.org>*Subject*: RE: Kernel IEEE Math Completion (everything is zeroed!?!)*From*: "Donsbach, Jeff" <Jeff.Donsbach@hp.com>*Date*: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 16:57:15 -0400*Message-id*: <[🔎] E8C532D801BE5B479B28B626184E8CDD093A1E66@tayexc14.americas.cpqcorp.net>*In-reply-to*: <[🔎] 20060614163309.GA16612@mcelrath.org>

Fwiw, I get the exact same results as Bob on an EV56 (miata) running a 2.6.15 kernel. Gcc version is 3.4.4. Jeff D -----Original Message----- From: Bob McElrath [mailto:bob+debian-alpha@mcelrath.org] Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2006 12:33 PM To: Tyson Whitehead Cc: debian-alpha@lists.debian.org Subject: Re: Kernel IEEE Math Completion (everything is zeroed!?!) I don't seem to reproduce the problem on 2.6.15. 0/0 = nan 1/0 = inf 9.99989e-321/2 = 4.99994e-321 (0)<mcelrath@moya:/tmp> uname -a Linux moya.mcelrath.org 2.6.15 #1 SMP Mon Mar 13 15:01:04 PST 2006 alpha GNU/Linux The gcc I have installed is 4.0.3, but I couldn't guarantee that's what I used to compile this kernel...

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