Slackware Linux for SPARC The current developmental tree for the SPARC port of Slackware Linux has been available since December 2000. The port is undergoing some heavy development, with updates being made several times per week.
Friday, December 20th, 2002: The Aurora SPARC Linux Project has released a couple of security advisories on and updates to crucial packages like glibc and apache. For details please refer to the security announcements sent to the Aurora Security mailing list. The (old) archives can be found here: Aurora-sparc-security mailing list archive. What distro Linux for Sparc? Apr 17, 2003 Oracle Linux SPARC UEK May 26, 2017 SPARC | Weed Delivery and Dispensary SPARC is a San Francisco cannabis dispensary that provides same day weed delivery in San Francisco and Sonoma. Shop Cannabis Today!
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Sun is officially giving customers a wider choice on its SPARC servers with the announcement that it will support Linux on its new multicore UltraSPARC T1 systems.. Sun has spent the last few Last week there were news about Linux on SPARC. Oracle announced their Oracle Linux 6.7 as GA with the Oracle Enterprise Unbreakable Linux Kernel for SPARC T5 and T7 based servers. This release supports the build in SPARC features like secure memory, the DAX engines and the crypto co processers on Oracle’s own CPUs. You … Continue reading Oracle Linux on SPARC
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The SPARC-Linux installation requires that you create a “whole disk” partition (file system type “5”), spanning from cylinder 0 to the last available cylinder. Root, swap and /usr partitions are created in the normal way and overlap this “whole disk” partition. With native Solaris and GNU/Linux toolchains, ‘native’ can also be used. -mv8plus-mno-v8plus. With -mv8plus, GCC generates code for the SPARC-V8+ ABI. The difference from the V8 ABI is that the global and out registers are considered 64 bits wide. This is enabled by default on Solaris in 32-bit mode for all SPARC-V9 processors. -mvis-mno-vis