In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> "Aaron Winder" writes:
: Hey hows it going guys, Just thought I'd email ya'll to find out whats
: going on with the Linux port for the mips processors. I've had one of
: the Deskstation Tyne 4600 units for about 2 years now, and have been
: trying to get NT installed on it, got an updated bios for it and
: everything, goes through part of the NT installation then bails, I don't
: give a hell about NT just thought that Linux didn't have a mips project,
: just found out it did obviously, and thought I'd get in contact with
: ya'll , I have alittle bit of users manual information for the tyne, and
: if there's anyway that I can get an even partially working kernel on it
: I'd love it....let me know whats up...later
The Deskstation support in Linux/MIPS has decayed away....
In order to run Linux, you'll have to update about half a dozen
smallish routines to cope the tyne's oddities.
OpenBSD/arc supports this machine.