I thought I would try go1.1beta2 to benefit from improved garbage
collection on 386. App is compiled on OSX10.8.3, made with GOOS=linux and
GOARCH=386 from source.
I was hoping my app, would run better, but unfortunately it crashes
SIGILL: illegal instruction
There was some discussion
on dropping support for non-SSE2 processors, but it's not clear what was
decided. There's a fixed issue talking about moving over to SSE
instructions (https://code.google.com/p/go/issues/detail?id=3912), but
there was also mention of using GO386=387 (which didn't make a difference).
So, can someone answer definitively whether this problem is the result of
SSE support being required, or could this be a bug?
BTW, does anyone know of any low cost go compatible (ARM, x64) boards with
multiple ethernet? PCEngines has told me that they have a much newer
(64bit) Alix board coming, but until it's released...
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