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SubjectRe: Transmeta Crusoe support?
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In article <E152wAq-00053X-00@the-village.bc.nu>,
Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> wrote:
>> Question is whether I need to recompile everything (kernel and binaries)
>> on my current 586 platform in order to move to Crusoe?
>
>No. Crusoe should work out of the box in that sense. Its actually however
>not brilliantly documented for things like longrun mode where folks have
>actually been poking around the acpi data in order to find out how the thing
>works... thats the ironic part 8)

Now, now, we released all the longrun utilities a few months ago, so the
"poke around ACPI" stuff is fairly dated by now (and what the reverse-
engineered code did was actually _not_ longrun at all, but "coolrun",
the temperature-based stuff).

Linus
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