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SubjectKernel - arch support(mips)
Hi all,

I am trying to compile a program using a MIPS-LINUX cross compiler(gcc). I've set up a connection between my i386 Linux machine and a MIPS(RM7000) processor. This is again connected to a WinNT Terminal where there should be an output from the MIPS processor.

I have 2 kernels in my Linux machine under the directories:
1) /usr/src/linux - kernel version 2.2.14
2) /root/kernels/linux - kernel version 2.4.14

I am using a boot image generated from the older kernel for booting. The problem is the older kernel doesn't support MIPS architecture. What should I do to upgrade my kernel so that it supports MIPS architecture & that I'll be able to cross-compile my programs properly.

Domcan
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