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CONFIG_6xx: 6xx/7xx/74xx/8260

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_6xx has multiple definitions:

512x/52xx/6xx/7xx/74xx/82xx/83xx/86xx found in arch/powerpc/platforms/Kconfig.cputype

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

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52xx/6xx/7xx/74xx/82xx/83xx/86xx found in arch/powerpc/platforms/Kconfig.cputype

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

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6xx/7xx/74xx/52xx/8260 found in arch/ppc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

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There are four types of PowerPC chips supported. The more common types (601, 603, 604, 740, 750, 7400), the Motorola embedded versions (821, 823, 850, 855, 860, 52xx, 8260), the IBM embedded versions (403 and 405) and the high end 64 bit Power processors (POWER 3, POWER4, and IBM 970 also known as G5) Unless you are building a kernel for one of the embedded processor systems, 64 bit IBM RS/6000 or an Apple G5, choose 6xx. Note that the kernel runs in 32-bit mode even on 64-bit chips. Also note that because the 52xx & 82xx family has a 603e core, specific support for that chipset is asked later on.

6xx/7xx/74xx/52xx/82xx/83xx found in arch/ppc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

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There are four types of PowerPC chips supported. The more common types (601, 603, 604, 740, 750, 7400), the older Freescale (formerly Motorola) embedded versions (821, 823, 850, 855, 860, 52xx, 82xx, 83xx), the IBM embedded versions (403 and 405) and the Book E embedded processors from IBM (44x) and Freescale (85xx). For support for 64-bit processors, set ARCH=powerpc. Unless you are building a kernel for one of the embedded processor systems, choose 6xx. Also note that because the 52xx, 82xx, & 83xx family have a 603e core, specific support for that chipset is asked later on.

6xx/7xx/74xx/52xx/82xx found in arch/ppc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

Help text

There are four types of PowerPC chips supported. The more common types (601, 603, 604, 740, 750, 7400), the older Freescale (formerly Motorola) embedded versions (821, 823, 850, 855, 860, 52xx, 82xx), the IBM embedded versions (403 and 405) and the Book E embedded processors from IBM (44x) and Freescale (85xx). For support for 64-bit processors, set ARCH=powerpc. Unless you are building a kernel for one of the embedded processor systems, choose 6xx. Also note that because the 52xx, 82xx family have a 603e core, specific support for that chipset is asked later on.

6xx/7xx/74xx/8260 found in arch/ppc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

Help text

There are four types of PowerPC chips supported. The more common types (601, 603, 604, 740, 750, 7400), the Motorola embedded versions (821, 823, 850, 855, 860, 8260), the IBM embedded versions (403 and 405) and the high end 64 bit Power processors (POWER 3, POWER4, and IBM 970 also known as G5) Unless you are building a kernel for one of the embedded processor systems, 64 bit IBM RS/6000 or an Apple G5, choose 6xx. Note that the kernel runs in 32-bit mode even on 64-bit chips. Also note that because the 82xx family has a 603e core, specific support for that chipset is asked later on.

6xx/7xx/74xx found in arch/powerpc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

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There are four families of PowerPC chips supported. The more common types (601, 603, 604, 740, 750, 7400), the Motorola embedded versions (821, 823, 850, 855, 860, 52xx, 82xx, 83xx), the AMCC embedded versions (403 and 405) and the high end 64 bit Power processors (POWER 3, POWER4, and IBM PPC970 also known as G5).

Unless you are building a kernel for one of the embedded processor systems, 64 bit IBM RS/6000 or an Apple G5, choose 6xx. Note that the kernel runs in 32-bit mode even on 64-bit chips.

found in arch/powerpc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

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found in arch/powerpc/platforms/Kconfig.cputype

The configuration item CONFIG_6xx:

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