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Re: Status of evbarm on Dreamplug
Sorry for the late.
(2012/08/17 10:32), David H. Gutteridge wrote:
On Sun, 8 Jul 2012, at 17:48:55 -0400 (EDT), jmitchel wrote:
I need to buy an arm board to build a proof-of-concept appliance
running NetBSD/evbarm. I need a minimum of two ethernet ports and a
smallish enclosure, so I think that eliminates all but the Dreamplug
(please correct me if I'm wrong, I'm willing to use other hardware).
Before I buy one, I'd like to know how much work it will take to run
NetBSD on it.
Thanks in advance,
I had the same question and was poking about to find out what I could.
I found this message from last year, which indicates a Sheevaplug
kernel should work.
That patch was applied in May 2011, and would be in the netbsd-6 and
current branches. So it may "just work"... I don't have my hands on
a Dreamplug to test that theory, though...
One of my friend has DreamPlug and it works usgin conf/SHEEVAPLUG.
I have SheevaPlug and OPEN-RD. I and Matt commited a lot of fixes, so
now we can use it more stable than before. I'm using my machines both
netbsd-6 and -current.
SAITOH Masanobu (msaitoh%execsw.org@localhost
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