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Thu Mar 24 01:00:17 UTC 2016
> On Mar 23, 2016, at 6:46 PM, Amar Takhar <verm at darkbeer.org> wrote:
>> On 2016-03-23 16:32 -0700, Hal Murray wrote:
>> verm at darkbeer.org said:
>>>> Do you have any wrong-endian systems in your collection?
>>>> That would be high on my list.
>>> Got some examples? I'll see what I can do. I really want to keep all of
>>> this low-heat and low-power I may be able to find some old boards.
>> The best suggestion I have seen is an old PowerPC laptop. I don't know
>> anything about the Apple environment. Is something that old new enough?
> I have an old mac mini powerpc. I can use that, it's a little furnace though
> heh. I'll see if I can pick up an SSD for it.
>> Are there any wrong-endian ARM boards? (I think I saw something about one
>> recently, but I forget where.)
> There may be, the problem is we'll need to run a real OS on it.
>> It might be we should just put support for wrong endian systems off to the
>> side until somebody comes up with an interesting modern platform. Maybe just
>> mark it as "might-work but untested,"
> It's fine to keep it in mind as long as I know what I'm looking for I can find a
> lot of hardware around here.
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