Re: Why is ARCH m68k hardwired into drivers/net/wan/Makefile?

From: Krzysztof Halasa
Date: Tue Dec 22 2009 - 10:45:57 EST

Rob Landley <rob@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> Explicitly saying somewhere "this card has an onbaord m68k processor even if
> the host doesn't" might be nice. I eventually figured it out, but neither the
> makefile nor the firmware source actually said the card had an onboard
> processor, and my first glance at the kconfig help text just went "it's code for
> a QUICC processor, that's one of those freescale SoCs isnt it? I vaguely
> recall booting Linux on one of those back in 2006..."

QUICC = QUad Integrated Communications Controller (Morotola 68360) chip
and is based on m68020 IIRC. There is no "normal" m68k CPU on this board.

PowerQUICC is a different thing.
Krzysztof Halasa
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