Pardon my ignorance, but...
I have a couple of questions;
is there a how-to document that outlines how to load linux on an sgi?
is the Indigo Elan (r4000) supported?
I'm not sure how to initialize a loading of linux on the sgi.
Here's what I've assumed:
- bring over the src's to the sgi
- compile a basic system (under irix)
- copy over the original irix kernel with the new linux kernel
The begging questions:
The FS are not compatible, therefore a new mkfs has to be done on the
This just doesn't "sound" right to me.
What am I overlooking?
Ralf Baechle wrote:
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> Hi all,
> ok, here are the toys I promised to upload to ftp.linux.sgi.com:
> - tons of srpms some of which have been modified compared to RedHat's
> original versions for the ``Mustang'' release and big endian binaries.
> - tarballs of libc binaries.
> - srpms and both big and little endian binaries of an updated binutils
> - a tarball with big endian binaries of XFree 3.3.1.
> - kernel binaries for the Indy and RM200. The RM200 kernel has the support
> for a couple of other little endian machines in it but I didn't test.
> All in all this is around 350mb.
> Have fun leeching,