David Kelly wrote:
> I'm new to this list, but would like to start helping port Linux to
> SGI hardware. The FAQ states Linux will only run on Indys. Is work
> being done on support for Indigo2 and O2s? What's the current status,
> and where can I get the source code? Is there a list of items that
> need to be done?
SGI/Linux is the port of Linux to Silicon Graphics hardware. It
currently supports all Indy models (R4400, R4600, or R5000 MIPS(TM)
CPUs, with or without secondary caches). Additional SGI hardware
support is planned but not yet available.
Do you have web access?
If so, please take a look at:
For status of the port:
For source and binaries:
For installation instructions:
And the FAQ to answer these and many more questions:
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