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SubjectRe: ISA hardware discovery -- the elegant solution
* Oliver Xymoron (oxymoron@waste.org) wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
>
> > Michael Lazarou (ETL) <Michael.Lazarou@etl.ericsson.se>:
> > > Doesn't this mean that you would need a fully functional kernel
> > > before you get to run the autoconfigurator?
> >
> > Yes, but this was always true.
>
> No it's not. You only need a kernel that can run your compiler.

It's already been pointed out that the autconfigurator requires a great
many in-kernel features and userspace utilities.

Tom.
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