> I have a DeskStation rPC with an 100MHz R4400, 512KB Cache, 32 Meg RAM,
> Ethernet Card, and currently a 340 M SCSI drive with NT Workstation loaded.
> The machine sits next to a 486-66 on which I do Linux development. I might be
> interested in configuring a spare drive as Linux MIPS, and doing some
> testing/ debugging, though probably not real kernel hacking on the
> If the OS is stable and complete enough to serve NFS to the 486, I might
> actually find it useful. (NT Workstation doesn't do NFS).
> Is this thinkable, or am I dreaming?
Well, Linux/MIPS can be used as NFS server. Unfortunately the rPC port of
the kernel still hasn't reached userland.