Difference between revisions of "Gentoo-mips-sgi"

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also it should report information about gentoo/mips support
 
also it should report information about gentoo/mips support
  
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{| border="1" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5" align="center"
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! machine
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! kernel
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! features
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! status
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! supported hw
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! note
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|-
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| indy
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| 2.6.17
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|
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| robust
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|
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| stable
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|-
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| indy
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| 2.6.28.3
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| tickness, ext4
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| proof
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|
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| sound/alsa-mips/hal2 is not well working
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|-
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| indy
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| 2.6.28.3
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| tickness, ext4, using 2.6.17-sound/oss/hal2
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| robust
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|
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| issue with shared irq for oss/hal2
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}
  
 
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Revision as of 20:45, 18 February 2009

this page should report information about hw support for sgi mips machine

also it should report information about gentoo/mips support


machine kernel features status supported hw note
indy 2.6.17 robust stable
indy 2.6.28.3 tickness, ext4 proof sound/alsa-mips/hal2 is not well working
indy 2.6.28.3 tickness, ext4, using 2.6.17-sound/oss/hal2 robust issue with shared irq for oss/hal2

}



HW IP SW IP Codename Model Name CPU Linux Support Comments
PM1     machine1 cpu at MHz Not Applicable Terminal, slot chassis IP28 IP28   ... R5000 at 180MHz Not Supported redesign to fit the PI chassis

Legend:

Well Supported means the machine is mostly functional, just small quirks and features that are unimplemented
Supported means that the machine has booted or boots with a bit of work (such as applying a patch.)
Supported, unstable! means that the machine boots but will crash unexpectedly due to bugs in the hardware
In Progress means that there is an effort to port Linux to that machine, but it doesn't boot yet
Not Supported means that there is not enough interest in a port to this machine
Not Applicable means that the machine doesn't fall into the scope of Linux/MIPS




SGI machine technical support & info http://www.webalice.it/mr.ddc/machine/machine-sgi-techical-info.html

SGI info about the most common machines http://www.webalice.it/mr.ddc/machine/machine-sgi-info.html


other mips machine

  • MIPS 79RC32434, a solid & smart implementation of the mipsel little endian MIPS32 4Kcore

http://elinux.org/RouterBoard-rb532-Flameman

  • fonera

mipsbe atheros mips32 http://elinux.org/Fonera-Flameman