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Little-endian PowerPC

Little-endian PowerPC

Posted Oct 8, 2010 1:19 UTC (Fri) by busterb (subscriber, #560)
In reply to: Little-endian PowerPC by linuxjacques
Parent article: Little-endian PowerPC

Also, the IXP425 has a proprietary firmware that runs on the microengines that drive the networking subsystem. These always run big-endian, so it makes sense to have the whole chip be big endian (the microengines are not byte-swappable like the ARM core is.)

I did a lot of coding for the IXP2855, which is the IXP425's discontinued big brother.


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