On Tue, Jul 21, 1998 at 07:02:30PM -0600, Warner Losh wrote:
> The Deskstation support in Linux/MIPS has decayed away....
Well, except it's interesting DMA concept the Tyne was pretty much ok.
And a simple target - it's just a PC with a RISC CPU.
> In order to run Linux, you'll have to update about half a dozen
> smallish routines to cope the tyne's oddities.
> OpenBSD/arc supports this machine.
The Tyne was never useable in Linux. It was the first MIPS machine I used
for the Linux port. I had to switch to the Acer PICA somewhen in late '94
or so when I found out that not Linux was buggy but my Tyne board broken.