Subject: Re: Mips R3000 Magnum port
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Toru Nishimura <email@example.com>
Date: 05/15/2000 19:03:16
>> The PROM Monitor is directly capable of performing BOOTP & TFTP. There is
>> also a set of PROM functions for stand alone IO that is fairly well
>> documented. In fact it is almost a 1 for 1 copy of the PROM routines used
>> in the DECstation's
>> Progress to date is:
>> - Build Cross compiler environment
>> - Sort out netbooting of executables [ ecoff-bigmips ]
>> - Start port of PMAX secondary bootloader which gets as far as opening
>> the disk device. Not essential for the port, but helps with ELF
>> - Start a cut down kernel based on the NEWSMIPS port.
>> Currently gets as far as wiring down the virtual memory map.
Yes! great!! You're the person whom people have been eager to see!!!
I can provide help to you for NetBSD integration. Actually, Magnum
R3000 was the machine which made myself wannabe kernel hacker in year
1992. It's a mental trauma to me in some degree, but it's being lifted