Thus spake Ariel Faigon:
> Mike, please check the pointers (external URLs) mentioned
which doesn't exist.
I'll poke around the site, though...no worries.
> in the linux archive (did you get my pointer?).
Yup, I did.
(I just haven't had time to really read through it all properly
yet...some of that stuff is pretty hard-core. =) )
> There are also a few good books. Ralf can recommend some.
> The problem is that they don't talk about the newest ISAs
> and have next to nothing about low level system stuff.
That's OK...I'm starting _really_ low on the clue chain.
> Also, register to "clubdev" on www.sgi.com (costs nothing)
> and you'll have access to SGI's online technical books.
Good plan, thanks.
> Last option is to contact MIPS marketing (try firstname.lastname@example.org
> Bill Jackson) maybe he can send you some paper docs.
That might be an idea for later.
Thanks a lot (you guys are great!).
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