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  • Virtual m68k Machine Proves Capable, Xtensa & C-SKY Archs See Updates Too

    Phoronix: Virtual m68k Machine Proves Capable, Xtensa & C-SKY Archs See Updates Too

    The Motorola 68000, Xtensa, and C-SKY processor architectures all saw notable additions for the in-development Linux 5.19 kernel...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...k-Xtensa-C-SKY

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    Notable with the m68k changes for Linux 5.19 is the introduction of a new machine target based on the Google Goldfish interfaces. Notable with the m68k changes for Linux 5.19 is the introduction of a new machine target based on the Google Goldfish interfaces.
    Such important news, it bears repeating!!

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      Protection faults on a no-mmu chip? weird.

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        Originally posted by Developer12 View Post
        Protection faults on a no-mmu chip? weird.
        Yes. For Linux "MMU" means "virtual to physical address translation". On xtensa one may have
        protection, but not translation -- it's noMMU for linux.

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