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SubjectRe: compile a kernel...outside Linux


Donald Ian Wilson wrote:
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> Hi there, I'm Eddy your shipboard computer...
>
> well..I'm Donald, a relative newbie with a kernel question unlikely answerable elsewhere.
>
> I'm running the newest release of LinuxPPC on my Mac G4. I programme in C and Pascal and JAVA, and I have my nice Release 5 of CodeWarrior.
>
> The question is this: I want to recompile my kernel, optimized for the G4 chip. Obviously, GCC isn't going to do this. I'm assumeing there must be a way to compile the kernel without being in linux itself...how else would the first kernel of each new port be compiled?

www.altivec.org, there you'll find a gcc which has altivec support.
Maybe that you're looking for?

Andreas

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