> I'm all excited right now. Its not really a major step, but I'm damned
> proud of myself :-) For those of you interested in the DECstation (pmax)
> port, I've apparently successfully figured out the structure of boot
> information. I've hacked in some code for the i386 kernel to read the
> DECstation partition tables and all of that fun stuff. So now I have the
> ability to mount the DECstation drive. There is a ufs package available
> somewhere that supports ufs (ro). I've mounted and can look around.
Congrats! Good to hear that there's some movement in the DEC department
of Linux/MIPS :-)
> By the way, has anyone else been working on the DS stuff at all? If so,
> I'd like to find out how far along you are.
So far I know there's a halfway working network loader, and when
I remember right, there was also some progress with disk booting.
Anyway, I would also be interested in the current state of this
part of the project.