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Re: Lemote YeeLoong 8089 mips based notebook repository switch

Laurent GUERBY wrote:
> On Sun, 2009-02-01 at 20:19 -0500, Daniel Clark wrote:
>> Laurent GUERBY wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I purchased a Lemote YeeLoong 8089 mips based notebook to put it in the
>>> GCC Compile Farm: http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/CompileFarm
>> Lemote has some machines up for a compile farm for the FSF / GNU Project
>> / gNewSense - if gcc needs a loongson 2f compile box they aren't all
>> being heavily used at the moment (they are 3 fuloong mini desktops, so
>> probably more stable than the laptops as the hardware is more mature).
>> http://wiki.gnewsense.org/Projects/GNewSenseToMIPS#toc180
> Thanks! I'll pass this information to the GCC compiler farm ~80
> registered users, if they want an account they'll contact you
> directly. 

Thank you - although FYI sysadmin@gnu.org is better.

> Right now for MIPS we have a lemote (gcc51, which I expect to be stable
> soon :) and a gdium (gcc52, which is stable and heavily used), load can
> be seen here:
> http://gcc12.fsffrance.org/munin/fsffrance.org/comparison-day.html#System

Does this version compile linux without patches from out-of-tree sources?

Also, is binutils compiled as part of the gcc project, or is that a
separate thing? (A version of GNU "as" that has been updated to work
with loongson 2f is also required to get working/bootable linux for
loongson 2f).

Daniel JB Clark   | Sys Admin, Free Software Foundation
pobox.com/~dclark | http://www.fsf.org/about/staff#danny

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