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Re: Popular MIPS4Kc boards?

To: Ralf Baechle <>
Subject: Re: Popular MIPS4Kc boards?
From: Maxim Osipov <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 14:08:32 +0400
Cc: Krishna B S <>,
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And if we talk about fan project, are there any MIPS64 based devices on market?


On 6/30/05, Ralf Baechle <> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 02:18:40PM +0530, Krishna B S wrote:
> > I have to develop toolchains for various MIPS boards my company
> > develops. All the boards consist of MIPS 4KC.
> >
> > I would like to know from you what is the most popular board used by
> > the community with this kind of processor. I know, its tough to get a
> > clear answer.
> >
> > But, my intention is to first port my toolchain/kernel for this
> > popular board so that I can get your support, in case I encounter any
> > problems. Having confirmed the working of the toolchain for this
> > board, I would port it to my company's boards.
> >
> > (The popular board in the community would be my reference board for
> > development.)
> The price tag is juicy but for serious development with a 4Kc I'd
> recommend a MIPS Malta.  Forcing consumer hardware into submission may
> be a fun project for a spare time hacker but in general isn't a very
> productive process for somebody who needs to finish a job soon or needs
> to additional hardware such as PCI cards, logic analyzer, additional
> memory, other CPU types etc.
>   Ralf

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