> >to workstations (If only SNI'd deliver what they promise ...>
> Hello, Ralf,
> BTW, how is it going? RM series are produced by license in Moscow now,
> that's why I'm asking. They are shown on any major exibition.
Well, we still didn't receive the machine promised by SNI. So I continue
porting Linux/MIPS to dead hardware (Acer Pica). Well, I consider a machine
not available for sale in Europe/US dead hardware.
This however doesn't mean that the project is dead - it just hasn't really
started yet. A contract about SNI loaning a machine to Soft & Hard,
Andy's company has been signed. SNI just hasn't fullfilled it's part yet.
People at SNI seem to be pretty interested in Linux/MIPS for their machines,
though. Apparently one of them has asked for a port to a RM400 which is
a *SMP* machine. Well, I'd cut off at least a dozen fingers for such a
Probably SGI will score better than SNI ...