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* April Germany's largest UNIX magazine iX publishes an April fools article about running Linux on the [[Nintendo 64]].  Initially promotion for the Linux/MIPS project and just good fun the article results in inquiries about Linux for N64 for several years.
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| 1997-04-01
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| April Germany's largest UNIX magazine iX publishes an April fools article about running Linux on the [[Nintendo 64]].  Initially promotion for the Linux/MIPS project and just good fun the article results in inquiries about Linux for N64 for several years.
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| 1997-05-12
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| [[Wikipedia:Silicon_Graphics|Silicon Graphics, Inc.]] announces [[R8000|H1]] and [[R8000|H2]].  The two processors are supposed to become successors of the [[R10000|R12000]].
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| 1997-08-04
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| Silicon Graphics cancels the H1 and H2 projects again.
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* http://www.heise.de/ix/artikel/E/1997/04/036/ iX April fools article
 
* http://www.heise.de/ix/artikel/E/1997/04/036/ iX April fools article
 
* http://www.heise.de/ix/artikel/1997/04/036/ The German original article
 
* http://www.heise.de/ix/artikel/1997/04/036/ The German original article
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Latest revision as of 15:40, 17 August 2012

News

1997-04-01 April Germany's largest UNIX magazine iX publishes an April fools article about running Linux on the Nintendo 64. Initially promotion for the Linux/MIPS project and just good fun the article results in inquiries about Linux for N64 for several years.
1997-05-12 Silicon Graphics, Inc. announces H1 and H2. The two processors are supposed to become successors of the R12000.
1997-08-04 Silicon Graphics cancels the H1 and H2 projects again.

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