Re: Debian ports for RiscPC, ARM710, etc.
>I see there is the Acorn RiscPC 600 series, Acorn RiscPC 700 series,
>and then the Acorn StrongARM RiscPC. I am guessing that the 600 and
They are all the same basic machine. You can plug in a CPU card with either a
610, a 710 or an SA110 on.
>handle halfword instructions. But the StrongARM RiscPC can handle the
>halfword instructions, right?
No. The RiscPC glue logic can't handle 16-bit transfers at all. It was
originally designed with the ARM6 in mind.