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Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 16:11:15 +0200
From: "Arvid E. Picciani" <>
To: <>
Subject: Re: testing mips port ?

I'd use an arbitrary router supported by openwrt. I made good 
experience with the wrt500gp
Should be like ~25Eur on ebay.
Openwrt because it's hack-friendly, allowing you to rebuild the whole 
firmware in any obscure way you like.

If it's just about running some arbitrary binary to confirm a crash, i 
can do that.

On Thu, 12 Jul 2012 01:09:50 -0400, Rich Felker wrote:
> hi all,
> does anybody have real mips hardware that could be used to test the
> new mips port? i've been trying to run libc-testsuite in qemu
> (aboriginal linux), but the pthread cancellation tests are failing.
> adding some debug code, it looks like qemu is not giving the signal
> handler a valid/correct ucontext_t structure, but unfortunately i
> don't have any real hardware to test it on to confirm that this is
> just a qemu bug and not a musl bug.
> by the way, there's no shared library support for mips yet, mainly 
> due
> to the abi being atrociously bad and incompatible with musl's clean
> and simple way of doing dynamic linking, which is having a dynamic
> linker that naturally just works without any relocations. so if you
> want to test it, please just disable shared libraries for now.
> rich

Arvid E. Picciani

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