#qi-hardware IRC log for Tuesday, 2011-12-13

Action: pabs3 contemplates an lm32 Debian port02:03
Action: pabs3 guesses the hardware is too slow02:03
kristianpaulpabs3: port? who is resposible??!02:07
pabs3no-one yet02:08
pabs3how about you? :)02:08
kristianpaulah... FYI there is a openwrt milkymist port02:08
kristianpaulnot interested for now :)02:08
pabs3cool02:08
kristianpaulpabs3: you can get a M1 right away and try it your self  https://github.com/milkymist/openwrt-milkymist02:09
kristianpaul(-:02:09
kristianpaulabout slow... well as always not ending talk, but depends on what you want to do, of course not desktop tasks02:13
kristianpauland lm32 yes still a bit slow, but not to far from m68k and sh4 wich are part of debian ports already02:14
pabs3I'm thinking too slow for compiling 30 thousand packages :)02:14
pabs3IIRC sh4 didn't get accepted for the main Debian archive, just the unofficial ports one02:14
kristianpaulas walys all take time :)02:15
pabs3if lm32 is similar in speed to sh4 then maybe it is doable to create a port02:15
kristianpaulit could, teorically :)02:16
xiangfupabs3, http://fidelio.qi-hardware.com/~xiangfu/build-milkymist/milkymist-openwrt.minimal-09162011-0423/02:43
wpwrakpabs3: there are interesting cross-development options. besides the "traditional" cross-compiler, some people also use qemu to run any target-specific things03:03
wpwrakpabs3: that way, you can mix host binaries and target binaries in your distro build process03:03
Jay7http://lists.osmocom.org/pipermail/baseband-devel/2011-December/002507.html20:43
kristianpauloh yes20:52
kristianpaullet see how the thread had advanced..20:52
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