On Mar 23, 2007, at 10:51 PM, Josh Paetzel wrote:
Garrett Cooper wrote:
Daniel Dvo??ák wrote:
out of curiosity, which CPUTYPE setting is appropriate for dual
Manchester core Athlon 64 X2 3800+ processor with FreeBSD 6.2
(GCC 3.4.4) ?
Googling throws up nothing useful.
Try the -march value listed here (athlon64): <http://gentoo-
That looks suspiciously like linux documentation...and he was asking
about the CPUTYPE setting in make.conf which is (?) FreeBSD specific?
Anyways, there's a sample make.conf in
/usr/share/examples/etc/ that documents the various CPUTYPEs
It is Linux documentation, but considering that a) gcc is the gnu
based compiler, b) FreeBSD uses gcc for compiling everything, and c)
march => CPUTYPE, that's why I suggested to use that value :).
Besides, Gentoo's crazier about compiling (in some respects) compared
Don't worry -- I wouldn't (knowingly) lead someone astray :).
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