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For information on PMON, visit Phil Bunce's (PMON's designer) website at http://www.carmel.com/pmon .  
 
For information on PMON, visit Phil Bunce's (PMON's designer) website at http://www.carmel.com/pmon .  
  
The PMON code base is rather old now, supports relatively few boards and is not being actively worked on by a single project team. [[PMON 2000]] has become the inofficial successor of PMON.
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The original PMON code base is rather old now, supports relatively few boards and is not being actively worked on by a single project team. [[PMON 2000]] has become the inofficial successor of PMON.
  
 
There is a PMON-VR fork for the [[NEC_VR4100]] as part of the [[Agenda-VR3|Agenda VR3]] HPC project.
 
There is a PMON-VR fork for the [[NEC_VR4100]] as part of the [[Agenda-VR3|Agenda VR3]] HPC project.
  
Linksys WRT54G ([[Broadcom_SOCs|BCM4702]] based) uses PMON version 5.3.22 as a bootloader.
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Linksys WRT54G and Asus WL-300g (both [[Broadcom_SOCs|BCM47XX]] based) uses PMON version 5.3.22 as a Linux bootloader. PMON port to the BCM47XX is available from the GPL'ed sourcecode for this devices.

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PMON is a freeware ROM-monitor developed for early LSI Logic MIPS R3000 evaluation boards. Since its creation, PMON has become a very common firmware for MIPS evaluation boards and development systems.

For information on PMON, visit Phil Bunce's (PMON's designer) website at http://www.carmel.com/pmon .

The original PMON code base is rather old now, supports relatively few boards and is not being actively worked on by a single project team. PMON 2000 has become the inofficial successor of PMON.

There is a PMON-VR fork for the NEC_VR4100 as part of the Agenda VR3 HPC project.

Linksys WRT54G and Asus WL-300g (both BCM47XX based) uses PMON version 5.3.22 as a Linux bootloader. PMON port to the BCM47XX is available from the GPL'ed sourcecode for this devices.