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== General ==
 
== General ==
  
The Indigo is an SGI graphics workstation.  It's outstanding graphics performance, fast CPU and nice design made much of the company's legendary reputation.  The Indigo was available with [[R2000|R3000]] processors; the later Indigo R4000 aka IP20 also came with a [[R4000]] processor. The Indigo can also utilize a [[R4400]] processor from older Indigo2 ([[IP22]]) machines clocked at 150MHz.
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The [[Wikipedia:SGI_Indigo|Indigo]] is an SGI graphics workstation.  It's outstanding graphics performance, fast CPU and nice design made much of the company's legendary reputation.  The Indigo was available with [[R2000|R3000]] processors; the later Indigo R4000 aka IP20 also came with a [[R4000]] processor. The Indigo can also utilize a [[R4400]] processor from older Indigo2 ([[IP22]]) machines clocked at 150MHz.
  
  
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The Indigo is not supported, however the [http://www.netbsd.org/Ports/sgimips/ NetBSD] project currently supports this machine. Steve Hill ([[Sjhill]]) is working on taking the NetBSD port to Linux.
 
The Indigo is not supported, however the [http://www.netbsd.org/Ports/sgimips/ NetBSD] project currently supports this machine. Steve Hill ([[Sjhill]]) is working on taking the NetBSD port to Linux.
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== External links ==
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* [http://www.irisindigo.com/index.php/Main_Page Iris Indigo Wiki]

Revision as of 07:23, 8 November 2006

General

The Indigo is an SGI graphics workstation. It's outstanding graphics performance, fast CPU and nice design made much of the company's legendary reputation. The Indigo was available with R3000 processors; the later Indigo R4000 aka IP20 also came with a R4000 processor. The Indigo can also utilize a R4400 processor from older Indigo2 (IP22) machines clocked at 150MHz.


OEM Versions

Siemens-Nixdorf was shipping an OEM version of the Indigo as the RW 320.


Linux Support

The Indigo is not supported, however the NetBSD project currently supports this machine. Steve Hill (Sjhill) is working on taking the NetBSD port to Linux.

External links