CPU Arch Detection
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The build process works OK - I produced a xine-lib that performs a LOT better than the default - and things WORK when installed. The snag is that RPM doesn't recognise alphaev6 as a suitable architecture on my DS10. I have to use --ignorearch.
I remember hitting this a while back, building an EV6 optimisied glibc for Alpha Core, and I think we worked out this down to a bug in uname, not reporting the variation properly, but I can't recall the full details.
Did anyone get this sorted, or does anyone know what might need patching up? Oh, and if anyone wants the CentOS packages for Xine, see: http://alphacore.info/files/centos/DVD playback is fine when using the EV6 xine-lib on a 466MHz DS10. It's just barely coping, though. Anything faster should be fine. There's a totem-xine package there too, which seems to run a little better than Xine itself.
SRPMs are unmodified from the DAG repository, just rebuilt for CentOS 4.2/Alpha. I'll do some Alpha Core builds once 2.0 releases.
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