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SubjectRe: State of PPC in kernel.org Sources?
On Wed, Aug 22, 2001 at 09:44:40AM -0400, Kent Borg wrote:

> What is the state of Power PC support in Linus' kernels? What about
> in -ac kernels?

2.4.8 is just dandy on most (6xx/7xx/74xx) PPCs. The default config won't
compile because of one of the IDE options (CONFIG_BLK_DEV_SL82C105), but
aside from that, it's good.

> I have noticed some recent PPC work in summaries of recent -ac kernels
> and wonder how intact it is.

Just Alan picking up what Paul sends to linux-kernel.

> Are they merges to keep PPC forks from
> drifting too far?

2.4.8 vs the PPC tree at the time was very close. Hopefully 2.4.10 will be
as well.

> Are they merges to make furture back-ports from
> kernel.org to PPC forks easier? Are they actually complete in and of
> themselves but lagging PPC forks? (What about 405 support? I think I
> see evidence of recent 405 activity in 2.4.8-ac4...)

4xx support hasn't worked in the 'stable' trees for a while. It's finally
being caught up in the '2_4_devel' tree. See
http://penguinppc.org/dev/kernel.shtml

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Tom Rini (TR1265)
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