|Bill Allombert on Mon, 10 Dec 2001 17:26:06 +0100|
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|Re: New 64 Bit Big Endian architecture|
On Mon, Dec 10, 2001 at 01:59:53PM +0100, Oliver Paukstadt wrote: > HY HY > > I'm porting various software to a very new architecture, it's Linux for > zSeries (64 bit). zSeries is IBMs 64 bit successor to 31 Bit S/390. > > s390x is a 64 bit big endian architecture. > s390 requires -fPIC for shared code. > + linux-s390*) DLCFLAGS=-fPIC; > + OPTFLAGS="$OPTFLAGS -mno-backchain";; The PARI Debian package is already compiled for Linux on (31 bit) S/390. The shared library is compiled with -fPIC, but what does the "-mno-backchain" ? Will it works with (31 bit) S/390 I heard talk about starting Debian Linux/S390x, but for now there are no autobuilders for packages. Cheers, Bill.