> Warner Losh writes:
> > In message <199709260639.XAA09959@dull.cobaltmicro.com> Ralf Baechle
> > : I receive an increasing number of emails asking for Linux as replacement
> > : operating system for older R3000 SGI machines as well as Mips Inc.
> > : machines. Is there still documentation available for these systems
> > : that would make a port possible?
> > I'll have to search my email archive (which would take some doing),
> > but someone at SGI offered to get me the sources to RISCos, or at
> > least the device drivers. They were donated to berkeley, who didn't
> > integrate them into their 4.4 or 4.4lite release, was the story I was
> > told. Might be worth looking into. Wouldn't help with some of the
> > older SGI machines, but would help with the MIPS co boxes.
> The RISCos driver source was supplied with every system, and we
> did donate the source to Berkeley. Most of the VME controllers were
> common to MIPS and SGI VME systems, so most of the drivers, other than
> graphics, would be covered.
I think I can still get access to RISC/os 5.x system, maybe also old
RISC/os 4.51 tapes. What files should I try to look for?
Andy, I think you still have Resi in use, don't you? Any driver sources