[rescue] Bigger Iron at Home (was: SNMP, Baby!)

Sheldon T. Hall shel at cmhcsys.com
Tue Nov 11 16:58:23 CST 2003

 Jochen Kunz sprach ...

> The biggest iron I have at home currently is a triple CPU AlphaServer
> 2100 5/250 with a gig of RAM. (soon 1.5 gig) I use the AlphaServer to
> play with Tru64. I would use it for NetBSD development, i.e. cross
> compiling. Unfortunately gcc has nasty LP64 bugs that makes it hard to
> use an Alpha for cross building a LP32 target, hppa in this case.

Speaking of cross-compilers ... how can I set up a C/C++ compiler on IRIX to
compile Linux-oriented source and produce i386/Linux binaries?  Watching my
son's laptop grovel through some big Linux compilations is pretty painful.
And, of course, setting this up on the Challenge would be a good reason to
have the thing!


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