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  1. You missed Exynos M1 (ARMv8 64-bit) recently...

    You missed Exynos M1 (ARMv8 64-bit) recently added to GCC/binutils.
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    This is for "Rush" chromebook. This went together...

    This is for "Rush" chromebook. This went together with many patches for tegra132 (Tegra K1 with Denver cores). I would prefer vendors to skip on tegra132 and go for tegra210 (Tegra X1). Some patches...
  3. The pictures state ARMv8 32b/64b cores. Thus most...

    The pictures state ARMv8 32b/64b cores. Thus most likely ARMv8.1-A will have to wait for the next generation.
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    +1, this is wrong. I had some bad experiences...

    +1, this is wrong. I had some bad experiences then they start mixing things (remember Fedora 19 for AArch64?) C11 and C++11 ABI changes had fallout when they were enabled in GCC. There will be...
  5. I fully agree that Fedora 22 must come with GCC...

    I fully agree that Fedora 22 must come with GCC 5.1.0 (first stable release, new version schema). Otherwise it will not be available for next 6-9 months. This is a major release C++11 ABI changes,...
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    If it's Tegra K1 64-bit + 4GB of RAM. Will buy as...

    If it's Tegra K1 64-bit + 4GB of RAM. Will buy as a personal AArch64 development machine. The most frustrating part is that very-long-waiting.

    EDIT: Most likely not, from ChromeOS:...
  7. IIRC this does not support current Xeon Phi...

    IIRC this does not support current Xeon Phi cards, this is a ground work for next gen Xeon Phi. Current one comes with an emulator for testing the offload capabilities. You can get your code ready,...
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    CERN is moving away from Scientific Linux. After...

    CERN is moving away from Scientific Linux. After CentOS became under Red Hat umbrella CERN created CentOS Special Interest Group (SIG).

    http://linux.web.cern.ch/linux/nextversion.shtml...
  9. A small mistake. According to the...

    A small mistake. According to the ArndaleBoard.org it's 2GB board, not 1GB: "1Gbytes x 2"
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