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SubjectRE: Developing code for ia64
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I would like to take back my question regarding this closed source
development. It is indeed not the community role to support non GPL
development and I'm sorry for bothering you. The product I was referring to
is not a hardware device driver (which are all open source).


My apologies,
Shmulik Hen.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hen, Shmulik
> Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 2:18 PM
> To: 'LKML'
> Subject: Developing code for ia64
>
> Hi,
>
> When developing kernel drivers (module) for ia64, is it necessary to do it
> on an ia64 machine ?
> Our product contains a pre-compiled core object (IP protection :-\ ) and a
> set of wrapper source files, so for dual platform support the tar ball has
> to contain both an ia32 and ia64 versions of the executable. Is there any
> way to get an ia64 compiler (and libs) installed on an ia32 machine and
> use it to get ia64 compatible binaries ?
>
>
> Thanks,
> Shmulik Hen
> Software Engineer
> Linux Advanced Networking Services
> Network Communications Group, Israel (NCGj)
> Intel Corporation Ltd.
>
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