Jeffery Douglas Waddell (email@example.com) writes:
> ... what I have is a XP114C Xterminal from Tektronix. It has a very
> GRAPHX PROC
LSI's swan song as a standalone R3000-core CPU, complete with MMU and
floating point, I think. It's exactly the R3000 instruction set.
That's a National Semiconductor ethernet controller. The DP83932
SONIC is pretty well known, widely used on MIPS systems (for example)
and there are lots of drivers. I think the -T was a cost-reduced
version, and it's pretty software compatible.
The main bar to running Linux on this is the lack of a disk interface
and not enough memory. Figuring out the graphics should be fun, too.