[uClinux-dev] S3C4410 and linux 2.6

xavier.montagne xavier.montagne at wanadoo.fr
Tue Oct 18 08:35:30 EDT 2005


No, sorry I don't have such a place :-(
I will try the linux 2.6 with my 2410 and will let you know about my progress on this forum.
Please do the same if you use MMU processor with the 2.6 release of uClinux.

Xavier
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Hector Oron 
  To: uClinux development list 
  Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 4:48 PM
  Subject: Re: [uClinux-dev] S3C4410 and linux 2.6


  I dunno if you can select it from xconfig menu, but you are able to run uclinux-dist on mmu processors.

  BTW, i am also interested on this kind os devices. Do you have a place on the net to share info ?

  My place blow up, :-(

   
  On 10/14/05, xavier.montagne <xavier.montagne at wanadoo.fr> wrote: 
    Hi Greg,

    Thanks once more for your answers ;-)
    I would like to clarify one point : is it possible to enable or disable the 
    MMU in a uClinux 2.6 release from the xconfig or menuconfig panels ? If so
    then it is possible to run the 2410 (ARM920T) with the MMU capability enable
    !
    I though that uClinux was only for mmuless target... but maybe I'm wrong... 

    Does the linux 2.6 contain the uClinux 2.6 code so that you can select the
    MMU or not ?... or are uClinux 2.6 and Linux 2.6 something still realy
    different ?

    Xavier

    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "Greg Ungerer" <gerg at snapgear.com>
    To: "uClinux development list" <uclinux-dev at uclinux.org>
    Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 5:59 AM
    Subject: Re: [uClinux-dev] S3C4410 and linux 2.6


    > Hi Xavier,
    >
    > xavier.montagne wrote:
    > > Did anyone try to use the debian linux 2.6 release with the S3C2410 from 
    > > Samsung ?
    >
    > If the debian linux 2.6 release contains a Linus kernel then it
    > won't have the arm mmuless code support (which isn't in mainline
    > kernels yet).
    >
    >
    > > Can you easily enable and disable the MMU feature in the 2.6 uClinux or
    is
    > > it a "build-in" release with no MMU settings ??
    >
    > If I understand your question, it is a built-in. As such you have
    > to select if you want to use the MMU at compile time. You cannot 
    > runtime select that.
    >
    > Regards
    > Greg
    >
    >
    >
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