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Because people frequently confuse system names here a list of systems that are not subject of the Linux/MIPS projects because they don't use a MIPS processor:
 
Because people frequently confuse system names here a list of systems that are not subject of the Linux/MIPS projects because they don't use a MIPS processor:
  
* IBM RS6000. Frequently assumed to be a MIPS system because of the [[R6000]] processor. The RS6000 series of workstations is based on a PowerPC processor and as such you probably want to checkout the [http://www.penguinppc.org/ Linux PPC site].
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* IBM [[Wikipedia:RS6000|RS6000]]. Frequently assumed to be a MIPS system because of the [[R6000]] processor. The RS6000 series of workstations is based on a [[Wikipedia:PowerPC|PowerPC]] processor and as such you probably want to checkout the [http://www.penguinppc.org/ Linux PPC site].
* VaxStation. Being based on [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Equipment_Corporation Digital Equipment]'s [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vax VAX architecture] the [http://www.linux-vax.org Linux/VAX project] is taking care if this class of systems.
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* VaxStation. Being based on [[Wikipedia:Digital_Equipment_Corporation|Digital Equipment]]'s [[Wikipedia:VAX|VAX architecture]] the [http://www.linux-vax.org Linux/VAX project] is taking care if this class of systems.
* SGI Visual Workstation. There are a few i386-based variants. Latest models are based on Intel's [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IA64 IA-64 architecture].
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* [[Wikipedia:SGI Visual Workstation|SGI Visual Workstation]]. There are a few i386-based variants. Latest models are based on Intel's [[Wikipedia:IA64|IA-64 architecture]].
* SGI Iris 1000 / 2000 / 3000 series systems. These are very old [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silicon_Graphics Silicon Graphics] systems from the late 80's based on the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorola_68000 Motorola 68000] architecture. As such they're subject of the [http://www.linux-m68k.org/ Linux/m68k project].
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* SGI Iris 1000 / 2000 / 3000 series systems. These are very old [[Wikipedia:Silicon_Graphics|Silicon Graphics]] systems from the late 80's based on the [[Wikipedia:Motorola_68000|Motorola 68000]] architecture. As such they're subject of the [http://www.linux-m68k.org/ Linux/m68k project].

Revision as of 07:22, 23 May 2006


4G Systems
mtx-1 (MeshCube)

Acer
PICA-61

Agenda
VR3

Algorithmics
P4032 – P5064 – P6032 – P6064

Baget
Baget

Broadcom
BCM91250 (Swarm) – BCM6345

Casio
E-1x – E-55 – E-65 – E-1xx – BE-300

Cobalt
Qube – Qube 2 – Raq – Raq 2

D-Link
DSL-500T – DSL-504T – DSL-G604T

Deskstation
rPC44 – Tyne

Digital Equipment
DECstation

Edimax
BR6104

Everex
Freestyle

Hawking
H2WR54G

IDT
IDT Evaluation boards –

IBM
WorkPad z50

LASAT Networks
LASAT Masquerade 2 – LASAT Masquerade Pro

Mechatronic Brick
mb1100

MIPS
Atlas – Magnum 4000 – Magnum 4000SC – Millenium 4000 – Malta –MIPSsim

Momentum
Jaguar ATX – Ocelot 3

mycable
XXS 1500

NCD
HMX – 19r

NEC
CMB4133 – DDB5074 – DDB5476 – RISCstation – Mobile Gear MC-R730 – Mobile Gear MC-730F – MobilePro 770 (MC-R520A) – MobilePro 780 (MC-R530A) – MobilePro 790 (MC-R550A) – MobilePro 800 (MC-R700A) – MobilePro 880 (MC-R730A) – Netpower 100 – Osprey

Nintendo
Nintendo 64

Olivetti
M700-10

OvisLink
MU5000FS

Philips
Nino – Velo –

Planet
WAP-1963 – WAP-1963A – WAP-4033 – WAP-4035

PMC-Sierra
Yosemite – Big Sur – Stretch

RMI
ArizonaATX-I – ArizonaATX-II – PCIX-I

Sharp
Mobilion PRO PV5000A

Siemens-Nixdorf
RM 200 – RM 400 – RW320

Silicon_Graphics
Challenge S – Indigo – Indigo 2 – Indigo 2 R10000 – Indigo R4000 – Indy – O2 – Octane – Onyx – Onyx 2 – Origin – POWER Indigo 2 – Tezro

Solwise
SAR600E

Sony
Playstation – Playstation 2 – PSP

Tektronix
XP217C –XP338

Toshiba
TMPR39xx – RBTX49XX – RBHMA4500

Vadem
Clio

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Unsupported Systems

Because people frequently confuse system names here a list of systems that are not subject of the Linux/MIPS projects because they don't use a MIPS processor: