C'mon Pete, it's obviously a typo! It predates my involvement
with the code - hell, I never even knew that "Nevada" was the
QED code name for the R5200 family before I started hacking
on the MIPS Linux kernel, even though I had an R5230 system
in my lab. The "6" is probably shifted left one position from
"R5260", which was, I believe, the first chip of the Nevada
family to ship.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pete Popov" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 11:03 PM
Subject: CPU Nevada
> I can't find any information on a CPU Nevada, which supposedly is a 56x0
> type. Is "R56x0 CONFIG_CPU_NEVADA" really meant to be "R52x0
> CONFIG_CPU_NEVADA"? The product id code of 0x2800 matches the QED 52xx
> processors (at least the 5231) -- I can't find anything on a 56x0 CPU.