Florian Lohoff wrote:
> i recently (a couple of days ago) got an Indigo2 Impact and i thought
> of beginning to bootstrap debian-mips (I already have >900 Package for
> debian-mipsel) but i cant even boot a kernel. The standard (and old)
> kernel on oss.sgi.com simple halt the machine after tftp boot - When
> building a kernel from the current CVS the machine
> crashes with a UTLB Miss as mentioned in the MIPS-FAQ as the
> -N binutils bugs although there is no -N in the makefile.
> Does anyone have a working kernel for the Indigo2 ?
I had this very same problem with the CVS tree on my indy r5k. If anyone knows
what the problem is, or when it will be fixed, i'd love to now, because
development is on a halt here right now.