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arm32_support [2014/04/15 11:46]
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-==== Current ARM32 Support ====+===== Current ARM32 Support =====
  
 gem5-gpu currently has limited support for ARM32, and even this functionality has not been tested extensively. Specifically, ARM is currently supported in syscall emulation mode, but not full-system mode. The version of gem5 currently used within gem5-gpu only supports ARMv7, which is a 32-bit architecture, so the maximum physical memory size for a simulated system under ARM is 4GB. gem5-gpu currently has limited support for ARM32, and even this functionality has not been tested extensively. Specifically, ARM is currently supported in syscall emulation mode, but not full-system mode. The version of gem5 currently used within gem5-gpu only supports ARMv7, which is a 32-bit architecture, so the maximum physical memory size for a simulated system under ARM is 4GB.
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-From this point, you can proceed to run gem5-gpu as described in the [[start|quick start guide]].+From this point, you can proceed to run gem5-gpu as described in the [[start|quick start guide]] as long as your benchmarks are built for the ARM CPU ISA, which is described in the [[benchmarks|benchmarks guide]]
  
  
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