armv4l/armv4tl/armv5tel/armv6j/armv7a Gentoo stages

  • 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, Guruplug, Dreamplug, QNAP TS109/TS209/TS409/TS119/TS219/TS419, Buffalo Linkstation/Kurobox PRO, HP mv2120, HP iPAQ, Linksys NSLU2 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), OMAP4-based devices(Pandaboard), Freescale i.MX515-based devices(Efika MX, Babbage Board, Lange Board…) Marvell Dove/Armada, Nvidia Tegra2-based devices(Toshiba AC100, Toshiba Folio), ST-Ericsson NOVA A9500-based devices(Snowball) and other devices using an ARMv7-A processor. Uses the new ARM EABI and generic(not NEON) hardware floating point by default
  • armv7a-hardfloat-linux-gnueabi
    The same as armv7a-unknown-linux-gnueabi, but this one uses hardfloat instead of softfp. Read more about it here: http://wiki.debian.org/ArmHardFloatPort

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

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7 Responses to “armv4l/armv4tl/armv5tel/armv6j/armv7a Gentoo stages”

  1. disi Says:

    Hi,

    thanks for the great work.

    Can I use armv5tel-softfloat-linux-gnueabi with ARM926EJ-S or would I need to use another stage?
    I ordered one of those small ARM9 netbooks and want to see if I can put Gentoo on it.

    Thanks,

    disi

  2. gringo Says:

    nice, thanks a lot :-)

  3. Tne Says:

    Thanks for this stage releases. I use them on the sheevaplug

  4. armv4l/armv4tl/armv5tel/armv6j/armv7a January 2010 stages released « Armin76's Blog Says:

    [...] armv4l/armv4tl/armv5tel/armv6j/armv7a January 2010 stages released By armin762 NOTE: OUTDATED LINKS, PLEASE USE THE ONES FROM HERE [...]

  5. cfriedt Says:

    Just a suggestion for better beagleboard support – create an overlay specifically for the beagleboard’s sgx libraries / demos and dsp libraries / demos.

    The same thing could be done for the pandaboard. Actually, within about 1 month you should be able to use the syslink interface (omap4 right now) for omap3 devices as well, and that should offer a much more improved dev experience versus the current dsplink interface.

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