armv4l/armv4tl/armv5tel/armv6j/armv7a January 2010 stages released

NOTE: OUTDATED LINKS, PLEASE USE THE ONES FROM HERE

Hello everyone,

Just wanted to let you know that the following stages for this month have been built and released and are available on the mirrors:

  • armv4l-unknown-linux-gnu
    For the Rebel NetWinder, HP Armada and other devices having an ARMv4 processor, which is only capable of running the old ABI. Nevertheless it should work on newer CPUs.
  • armv4tl-softfloat-linux-gnueabi
    For the OpenMoko FreeRunner and other devices using an ARMv4T processor. Uses the new ARM EABI and software floating point by default.
  • armv5tel-softfloat-linux-gnueabi
    For almost all ARM NAS, devices based on the Marvell Orion and Marvell Kirkwood, Marvell Sheevaplug, Marvell OpenRD, QNAP TS109/TS209/TS409/TS119/TS219/TS419, Buffalo Linkstation/Kurobox PRO, HP mv2120, HP iPAQ, Linksys NSLU” and other devices using an ARMv5TE processor. Uses the new ARM EABI and software floating point by default.
  • armv6j-unknown-linux-gnueabi
    For Nokia N800/N810, Smart Q7, OMAP2-based devices and other multimedia devices using an ARMv6 CPU and VFP. Uses the new ARM EABI and hardware floating point by default
  • armv7a-unknown-linux-gnueabi
    For OMAP3-based devices(Beagleboard, IGEPv2, Devkit8000, AlwaysInnovating Touchbook, Nokia N900), Freescale i.MX515-based devices(Efika MX, Babbage Board, Lange Board…) Marvell Dove/Armada and other devices using an ARMv7-A processor. Uses the new ARM EABI and generic(not NEON) hardware floating point by default

You can find them on your favourite mirror or clicking on the links above.

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