Difference between revisions of "MIPS SEAD-2"

From LinuxMIPS
Jump to: navigation, search
m (moved MIPS SEAD to MIPS SEAD-2: The SEAD page really is about SEAD-2. Not that there's a SEAD-3 the number does matter.)
 
(7 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
[[Image:sead3.jpg|thumb|256px|right|SEAD-3]]
+
{{stub}}
 
{{removed-feature|Name=SEAD support|Date=July 15, [[2008]] (for 2.6.27)|Commit=1398ddb2ebdb41e8efe6ba42505fd452704c8405}}
 
{{removed-feature|Name=SEAD support|Date=July 15, [[2008]] (for 2.6.27)|Commit=1398ddb2ebdb41e8efe6ba42505fd452704c8405}}
 
The '''SEAD''' is an evaluation platform made by MIPS.  It is meant to support the development of [[SOC]]s so it features logic analyzer connections, a [[JTAG]] port and other features to support this specific purpose.  Other than that it provides a very barebone environment, two 8250-class [[UART]]s provide the only connectivity to the outside world.
 
The '''SEAD''' is an evaluation platform made by MIPS.  It is meant to support the development of [[SOC]]s so it features logic analyzer connections, a [[JTAG]] port and other features to support this specific purpose.  Other than that it provides a very barebone environment, two 8250-class [[UART]]s provide the only connectivity to the outside world.
Line 7: Line 7:
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.mips.com/products/development-kits/mips-sead-3/ SEAD-3 development board]
+
* [http://www.mips.com/content/Products/DevelopmentSystems/content_html/content/Products/SoftwareTools/ProductCatalog/P_SEAD2/productBrief SEAD-2 Development Board ]
 +
* [http://www.mips.com/products/development-kits/mips-sead-3/ sead-3 dev board]
 
[[category:evaluation board]] [[category:YAMON]]
 
[[category:evaluation board]] [[category:YAMON]]

Latest revision as of 12:48, 12 October 2012

This article is a stub. You can help by expanding it

SEAD support removed
Commit 1398ddb2ebdb41e8efe6ba42505fd452704c8405
Date July 15, 2008 (for 2.6.27)

The SEAD is an evaluation platform made by MIPS. It is meant to support the development of SOCs so it features logic analyzer connections, a JTAG port and other features to support this specific purpose. Other than that it provides a very barebone environment, two 8250-class UARTs provide the only connectivity to the outside world.

Linux support

Supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6 up to 2.6.26.

External links