You wrote to Ralf:
> Thanks for the info. I'm trying to build 64bit sead so that it can
> be a basis for a port to our own chip with a MIPS 5kf core.
Interesting. It's good to know people are looking at the 64-bit
> Is one of the other supported boards more generic (and thus a better
> start) than Sead?
We use our 'Malta' board for all our in-house Linux work. See:
(I think that link will work for you... let me know if it's
We maintain a relatively stable 32-bit Linux port for Malta. 64-bit
is still somewhat experimental; but at least you have a board with
ethernet and disk ports, and PCI expansion slots.
I guess you should ask your local MIPS salesperson about Malta.
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