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[[Image:sead3.jpg|thumb|256px|right|SEAD-3]]
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The SEAD-3 is a mini-ATX form factor evaluation platform made by MIPS Technologies. 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. The [[M14Kc|MK14c]], [[M14KEc|MK14KEc]] or [[34K|34K]] SOC designs can be used with the SEAD-3.
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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.
== Hardware ==
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The SEAD-3 board has the following hardware:
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*(1) microSD slot
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*(2) 8250-class [[UART]]s
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*USB 2.0 EHCI Host Bridge
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*A multitude of GPIO lines
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*Alphanumerica LCD display
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*(2) LEDs
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*Processor daughter card slot
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== Firmware ==
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SEAD-3 uses [[YAMON]] for its firmware. The YAMON image contains Big and Little endian parts and "magic" code to determine the current endian.
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== Linux support ==
 
== Linux support ==
The SEAD-3 is fully supported by Linux 2.6 and current Linux 3.x kernels. The main [[Git]] tree hosted on linux-mips.org is geared towards bleeding-edge development. There is a separate [http://git.linux-mips.org/?p=linux-mti.git;a=summary tree] that is geared towards absolute stability on SEAD-3 as well as the [[MIPS Malta|Malta]] platform. It is actively maintained by MIPS Technologies, Inc.
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Supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6 up to 2.6.26.
 
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==Emulation==
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The SEAD-3 board does not currently have any full-system emulation support.
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==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.mips.com/products/development-kits/mips-sead-3/ SEAD-3 development board]
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* [http://www.mips.com/content/Products/DevelopmentSystems/content_html/content/Products/SoftwareTools/ProductCatalog/P_SEAD2/productBrief SEAD-2 Development Board ]
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* [http://www.mips.com/products/development-kits/mips-sead-3/ sead-3 dev board]
 
[[category:evaluation board]] [[category:YAMON]]
 
[[category:evaluation board]] [[category:YAMON]]

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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