Ralf Baechle (email@example.com) writes:
> > Attached is a minor cosmetic patch for 2.6 that just changes menuconfig to
> > show the RM52xx CPU by the name it's known by on Systems that use it
> > (Cobalt (RM5231), O2 RM5200).
> > It's a really minor thing, but afaict, it doesn't look to be incorrect.
> The CPU core is originally a QED (today PMC-Sierra) core but there are
> licenses are selling it too such as IDT. I'm not sure if all of them
> are using the RM prefix or not but I usually stick to whatever the
> original name was.
FWIW (not much) there was an RM5230, RM5260, RM5231 and RM5261 -
pretty much the same from a software point of view (the '3' and '6'
stand for the external bus width 32- vs 64-bit). There was an RM5270,
too, to which you could bolt an external L2 cache. So RM52xx is
really quite a good name...