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Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 1: history

Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 1: history

Posted Oct 20, 2011 13:47 UTC (Thu) by jengelh (subscriber, #33263)
In reply to: Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 1: history by jcm
Parent article: Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 1: History

>the form of "armv5tel", which means version 5 of the architecture, with (t)humb support, (e)nhanced DSP instructions, and targeting a (l)ittle endian mode of execution.

I wonder if ARM could actually limit itself to something useful. After all, we don't have i586_mmx, i586_sse, i686, i686_mmx, i686_sse, i686_sse2, i686_sse3 for rpm arches either in practice.


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Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 1: history

Posted Oct 20, 2011 17:18 UTC (Thu) by jcm (subscriber, #18262) [Link]

A lot of that is actually being fixed around platform standardization. There are a few things there I would like to have mentioned but I can't quite yet.


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