In message <370425A9.2FE415D7@acsvideo.com> Bruce Ellsworth writes:
: I have several Deskstation TYNE motherboards out of Raptor plus machines
: that I would like to install MIPS Linux on. I understand that
: development for this board is in the works but that a documentation
: and/or technical issue prevents much further progress. I used to be a
: Deskstation dealer and know a few of the people at the company, so if
: there is anything I can do to help get the needed information please let
: me know. The boards I have are also slightly different from the one
: described on the web page. Specifically it uses an R4600 running at
Actually, I'd have to say that the biggest problem right now is lack
of hardware in the hands of a competent hacker. Although it wouldn't
hurt to have more docs, that isn't the big stumbling block right now.
OpenBSD/arc runs well on these machines, if you are looking for a
Unix-like OS. Otheriwse, your best bet may be to donate/loan on of
these boards to a kernel hacker with time to make the port.