On Thu, 13 Jan 2000, Abramidis, Fa. SMC, ITS P, M wrote:
> I have a nice little RM 200 with NT 3.51 and want to switch to Linux.
> How could I get the Kernel-Code and do you know if there are a lot of
> Users in the world or just one or two ?
If you have a real RM 200 without the extension C, you need to ask Michael
Engel. For a RM 200 C you can compile your own kernel. From the Linux/MIPS
HOWTO at http://www.linux.sgi.com/mips/mips-howto.html:
In contrast to the RM200 (see below) this machine has EISA and PCI
slots. The RM200 is supported with the exception of the availability
of the onboard NCR53c810A SCSI controller.
If your machine has both EISA and PCI slots, then it is an RM200C;
please see above. Due to the slight architectural differences of the
RM200 and the RM200C this machine isn't currently supported in the
official sources. Michael Engel (email@example.com) has
managed to get his RM200 working partially but the patches haven't yet
been included in the official Linux/MIPS sources.