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== General ==
 
== General ==
The Baget is a Russian system based on two [[R3000]] processors. It's used in military and industrial applications for example as [[Realtime|realtime]] system.  Typically one processor is running a realtime OS while the other is running a control application on a ''normal'' OS such as Linux.
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The Baget is a Russian system based on two [[R2000|R3000]] processors. The system is developed at [http://www.niisi.ru NIISI]. It's used in military and industrial applications for example as [[Realtime|realtime]] system.  Typically one processor is running a realtime OS while the other is running a control application on a ''normal'' OS such as Linux.
  
 
== Linux support ==
 
== Linux support ==
 
; Linux 2.4 : Most likely unusable; there are no definitive reports.
 
; Linux 2.4 : Most likely unusable; there are no definitive reports.
 
; Linux 2.6 : Baget support was removed due to excessive bitrot as of Linux 2.6.9.
 
; Linux 2.6 : Baget support was removed due to excessive bitrot as of Linux 2.6.9.
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== External Links ==
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* http://math.msu.su/~rajko/Linux-BagetMips.html

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General

The Baget is a Russian system based on two R3000 processors. The system is developed at NIISI. It's used in military and industrial applications for example as realtime system. Typically one processor is running a realtime OS while the other is running a control application on a normal OS such as Linux.

Linux support

Linux 2.4 
Most likely unusable; there are no definitive reports.
Linux 2.6 
Baget support was removed due to excessive bitrot as of Linux 2.6.9.

External Links