I would certainly be interested in any modifications. I guess I would
like to understand what the differences would be when the Indigo vs.
Indy boots up through prom to a Linux machine. I have never been
through the source so maybe its something worth going through. Any
comments or suggestions?
Michael W. Folsom wrote:
> Victor Kuhns wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> > Running Linux on a Indigo R4K. Has anybody done it? Our indigo
> > just
> > locks up when we try to boot off our machine running RH 5.0. I have an
> > Indy R4k...but have about 10 Indigo R4k's sitting around. Would be nice
> > to get the Indigo working:)
> > Thanks...
> > -Victor
> I second that motion!
> I have a stack of R4400 Indigo's with XZ graphics floating
> around and I'd love to put linux on them! I even have an
> R3000 Indigo with XZ graphics that's sitting idle. That's in
> addition to a couple of R4000 Crimson boxes, but we won't
> get into that now!
> So, the relevant questions are - what's the pain level in
> doing this? What info do we need to lay hands on to get
> this to happen? And, as usual the most important question
> is - how can I help make it happen?!?
> Be well,