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From: Dialup Jon Norstog (thursdayallidaho.com)
Date: Sun Sep 06 2009 - 21:21:04 CDT
perhaps we in the land of abundant and cheap EV56 and above systems can help
those few who are still using the lower-numbered CPU systems upgrade? You cn
mail a 164 LX mobo/cpu care package anywhere in the world fairly cheaply.
I've done similar in the past. It's nicw if the recipient agrees topay the
just a thought - we need all the hands and heads we can get to keep the Alpha
architecture in play.
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From: Matt Turner <mattst88gmail.com>
To: xorg-devellists.freedesktop.org, debian-alphalists.debian.org, Linux on
Alpha processors <axp-listredhat.com>
Sent: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 17:08:00 -0400
Subject: [RFC] Dropping Alpha sparse mapping support from X
> I'd like to drop support for non-BWX Alphas (EV4 and original EV5)
> from X. These machines can't load/store to single bytes and require
> special sparse memory mappings.
> The code required to select which functions (sparse, dense) is
> convoluted, adds an extra layer of indirection, probably gets close
> to zero usage, and even less testing.
> Does anyone use X on EV4 or EV5 (not EV56, EV56 has BWX)?
> Matt Turner
> axp-list mailing list
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