2012/4/4 Paulo César Pereira de Andrade
> Em 3 de abril de 2012 20:48, Michael Hope <michael.h...@linaro.org> escreveu:


>> Yip, as is Ubuntu Precise, Debian unstable, and a skew of Gentoo.
>> None have been released yet.  Here's my understanding:
>> Fedora 17:
>>  * ARM is a secondary architecture
>>  * Alpha 1 release is out
>>  * Has both a ARMv5 soft float and ARMv7 hard float build
>> Ubuntu Precise:
>>  * ARM is a primary architecture
>>  * Beta 2 is out
>>  * ARMv7 hard float by default with ARMv7 softfp being community supported
>> Debian:
>>  * ARM is a primary architecture
>>  * Has a ARMv4T soft float and in-development ARMv7 hard float
>> openSUSE:
>>  * Kicked off at a hackfest in September 2011
>>  * Have a ARMv5T soft float and ARMv7 hard float build
>> Gentoo:
>>  * I'm unsure (help?)
>>  * The Gentoo manual suggests ARMv7 softfp is the default
>  I did two ports of Mandriva to armv7. One of my choice to use softfp,
> and another hardfp port to be compatible with other distros. But other
> than a previous armv5 port, there is not much else of Mandriva arm,
> so, it would be "good to have" to be able to run binaries for either
> without resorting to a chroot, and only testing purposes.
>  Bumping major or calling it ld-linux-foo.so.3 is out of question?

I suspect /lib/ld-linux-$foo.so.3 would be fine.  There's two
questions here though: can the hard float loader have a different path
and, if so, what should it be?  We're still working on the first part.

-- Michael

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