On Tue, 13 Apr 2004 11:38:22 +0200
Benjamin Collar <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've joined this mailing list because I've started a new project: I want to
> port linux 2.6 to the Agenda VR3 PDA.
> The Agenda already runs Linux--2.4.0 I think, based on the kernel that was at
> linux-vr.org but now appears to be gone.
> I'm totally a beginner here, so please bear with me :)
> What I'm doing at the moment is, I'm trying to understand where all of the
> code has gone! There is a different directory structure in 2.6. If someone
> can answer these questions, I'd very much appreciate it:
> 1. What's the difference between a NEC 4181 and NEC 41xx? In 2.6 there are
> subdirectories for each of these, while in the VR kernel all the code was in
> arch/mips/41xx. The Agenda is a 4181. Should I be using the 4181 common code
> or the 41xx?
VR4181 is not same as other VR4100 series.
We already have codes for VR4181 in arch/mips/vr4181.
You can start from these codes.
> 2. Where did linux-vr go? Does anyone know where I can get the patches?