ghovs at plex.nl
Mon Jul 16 04:52:44 PDT 2001
On Monday 16 July 2001 12:47, Nicolas Nieswandt wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I have decided to try to install a LFS-system on my Athlon 900. Now I
> wonder if
> > there is any Athlon-How-to or other document about how to get optimized
> > for the Athlon?
> > I have noticed that the system gets identified as a
> i686-pc-linux-gnu -system.
> > Does this mean that it doesn't know it's a Athlon? Somewhere I've seen
> that it
> > should say k7-athlon-linux-gnu instead. I might be wrong, though. uname
> gives me
> > a "i686 - unknown".
> On this list was once a hint to change the uname output to something like
> k7-athlon-linux-gnu-lfs. Sorry, I don't know when and where. (about 9-12
> > I have realized that I will need the gcc-3.0 to be able to optimize for
> > but that I should install glibc with 2.95.x first. Anything else I need
> > to
> > www.athlonlinux.org seems to be down since quite some time, otherwise I
> guess I
> > could find some info there.
> I don't know if the "athlon" option in gcc-3.0 is just a link to "i686" or
> But if you want to compile with 2.95.x there is a patch from the pentium
> group at http://www.goof.com/pcg/. They did some optimations for newer
> Pentium and
> Athlon/K6-2/K6-3 which worked just fine.
> All other info's you might need are in the optimization2-hint in LFS-hint
> Good compile,
I also hear that GCC 3.1 includes some athlon-specific stuff, making
-march=athlon actually do something. In time, it'll be fully supported in a
stable version of GCC, they're working on it.
Peter de Freitas
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