Ocelot C

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Ocelot C support removed
Commit 192cca6ef2c49ac5ff46f7a31cb9dd175995658e
Date June 2007 (For the 2.6.22 release)

The Ocelot C is an evulation platform made by Momentum Computers for PMC-Sierra's RM7000C and RM7065C processors. It is based on a Marvell Discovery II MV64340 system controlle which support DDR memory at 183MHz clock rate, 2MB on-board SRAM, two 64-bit PCI/PCI-X busses, three gigabit ethernet controllers, two multi-protocol serial channels capable of supporting 54Mbit/s rates, and I²C. The Ocelot C occupies a single slot in a standard CompactPCI chassis and is hot swappable. It also has the capability to auto-sense and operate as a CompactPCI system slot or non-system slot. The evaluation board has two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two Ultra160/320 SCSI interfaces.

Linux support

Supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6 but suffering from bitrot. Support did not include hotplugging or any of the other advanced features.