[LinuxBIOS] Trying to build all available targets.
yinghailu at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 18:24:37 CEST 2005
All tyan MB are using CAR, So I wonder if something related that.
But seems that Ollie already verified with gcc 3.3 or 3.4 romcc
version could work too.
On 8/4/05, Li-Ta Lo <ollie at lanl.gov> wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-08-04 at 16:59 +0100, Jonathan McDowell wrote:
> > I've been playing about with trying to autobuild all the available
> > targets, to catch regressions, or more relevantly to convince myself
> > that when things are broken it's not just EPIA-M that's affected.
> > http://the.earth.li/~noodles/lb/
> > is what I've got so far.
> > 1987/ is pre gcc4 fix, so 1989/ is more interesting.
> > All 12 Tyan boards built, leaving 18 that didn't.
> > amd-quartet, amd-solo, arima-hdama & ibm-e325 all look like they'd build
> > with elf payloads (the directories they look for the payload in aren't
> > convenient for an enclosed build - does anyone object if I clean this
> > up?).
> Do you mean I left "payload /home/ollie/xxxx" there ?
> > embeddedplanet-ep405pc & motorola-sandpoint are both PPC so won't build
> > anyway.
> > via-epia-m, Iwill-dk8s2, totalimpact-briq, technologic-ts5300 and
> > newisys-khepri all failed to have a config file that buildtarget was
> > happy with.
> totalimpac-briq should be PPC. technologic-ts5300 is never finished.
> > via-epia, digitallogic-adl855pc, digitallogic-msm586seg, eaglelion-5bcm
> > & emulation-qemu-i386 all have problems with udelay.
> I have a quick fix to the udelay but I am not sure it is the correct
> way to do it.
> > amd-serenade has an error I don't quite understand.
> > island-aruma has a non-standard build dir so it doesn't get picked up.
> > Again this is something I'll fix up in the config file unless I hear
> > complaints.
> > I've got my EPIA-M code to the point where it's hitting the udelay
> > problem various other ports have. I haven't quite tracked down what
> > other change has made this happen though. EPIA was certainly building a
> > month or so ago from the tree when I tried it.
> > J.
> Li-Ta Lo <ollie at lanl.gov>
> Los Alamos National Lab
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