Subject: Re: question regarding an IQ80321 based board
To: Diana Eichert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Allen Briggs <email@example.com>
Date: 12/21/2005 23:52:22
On Wed, Dec 21, 2005 at 07:34:25PM -0500, Allen Briggs wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 21, 2005 at 05:20:22PM -0700, Diana Eichert wrote:
> > I created a 3.99 install kernel for an IQ80321 based board and can manage
> Is this a TeamASA board?
Just to be clear, the IQ80321 is a specific board from Intel designed
for people to evaluate the 80321 I/O Processor, also known as the
IOP321. TeamASA has also made a few boards based on the IOP321
and the IOP310 (an Intel XScale 80200 CPU + 80310 I/O coprocessor).
So Diana's "IQ80321 based board" could mean a board based on the
IQ80321 design or could mean a board based on the IOP321, which
might or might not look much like the IQ80321 or one of TeamASA's
The IQ31244 is another board from Intel that showcases both the
IQ80321 and the GD(?)31244 SATA controller. That shares some code
with the IQ80321 in NetBSD, but also has a little code of its own
(mainly PCI mapping and support for an on-board CF slot).
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