[PD] laptop linux
hans at eds.org
Fri Nov 18 20:12:18 CET 2005
I am incorporating optimization flags in the new Pd-extended build
system. So it should be quite easy to build the whole Pd-extended
package with any given set of compiler flags. Hopefully we can then
start putting out releases targeted for such CPUs where it actually
makes a difference.
On Nov 16, 2005, at 3:06 PM, derek holzer wrote:
> Hi Ed,
> Ed Kelly wrote:
> > Pentium M under Linux is Pentium 3.
> It seems to have a lot to do with what compiler flags you use:
> Maybe there's still some hope with compiling your whole system with
> custom flags under Gentoo?
>> If you have a Pentium-M cpu you should use "-march=pentium3" since
>> it's a Pentium 3 deriviate, unless you're using GCC >=3.4 which is
>> marked as unstable. GCC 3.4 has a specific march-setting for
>> Pentium-M machines.
> Looks like with GCC >=3.4 you could use the -march=pentium-m flag.
> Other interesting links:
> derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
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