Subject: Re: new port: Infineon ADM5120
To: David Young <email@example.com>
From: Brian A. Seklecki <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/20/2007 23:37:28
Awesome! Thank you very much. I've been getting a lot of questions
about routerboard.com related to be bsd-appliance. I can hopefully get
some of these units in soon.
On Tue, 2007-03-20 at 04:10 -0500, David Young wrote:
> I have just committed a port for a MIPS system on a chip, the Infineon
> ADM5120. The port is principally the work of Ruslan Ermilov and Vsevolod
> Lobko, who deserve a round of applause (or beers) for their work.
> I may have introduced some bugs before committing. Please blame me for
> any that you find.
> I am able to netboot this port on a RouterBOARD 153, run an Atheros
> WLAN card in a PCI slot, use the five ethernet ports, read a disklabel
> off of the CF card, turn GPIO on and off, and activate the watchdog timer.
> I hope to someday boot NetBSD off of either the RB153's on-board 64MB NAND
> flash, or a CompactFlash card, and I will focus my future efforts on that.
>  a versatile and affordable ADM5120-based single-board computer,
> check it out at www.routerboard.com.
Brian A. Seklecki <email@example.com>
Collaborative Fusion, Inc.
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