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Author Topic: LinuxAos on a Sharp Mebius PC-CB1-M1 with 800 MHz mobile AMD Duron.  (Read 2615 times)
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« on: March 08, 2014, 10:39:11 PM »

on: 2013-07-12, 08:52:44 G. Feldmann wrote,
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I now added an additional tar file 'LinuxAos_oldHW.tgz'. It has been compiled
with option --useFPU and modules I386.Math*.Mod instead of XMM.I386.Math*.Mod.

Installed the 5348 LinuxAos_oldHW.tgz on a Sharp Mebius PC-CB1-M1 with 800
MHz mobile AMD Duron cpu and Debian Wheezy.  Sharp released the machine
2001-09.  Aos appears to work but
Oberon.Start Oberon 830x580 4 32 ~
yields only a plain white viewer with no content.  The command doesn't work in
5348?  Something more subtle?

on: 2013-05-03, 04:54:14 ยป
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To create a new system which uses FPU instead of SSE the following
two modifications in file "Release.Tool" should be sufficient:

More detailed instructions for building the system are posted somewhere?
I suppose the 5500 FPU system can be built on another machine running
5500 or on this machine running 5348.  Which approach is preferable?

Thanks,                      Peter E.
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2014, 05:21:52 PM »

> More detailed instructions for building the system are posted somewhere?

You can find the build instructions in UnixAos:

   Docu -> UnixAos Build

Do not use repository revisions > 5521!  The compiler of revision 5522
cannot compile itself.

> I suppose the 5500 FPU system can be built on another machine running
> 5500 or on this machine running 5348.  Which approach is preferable?

Use a 5500 system. The compiler got changed between 5348 and 5500!

-- Guenter
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