Subject: Re: Problems flushing cache with KUSEG addresses
To: Wayne Knowles <email@example.com>
From: Warner Losh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/26/2000 23:47:15
In message <Pine.OSF.email@example.com> Wayne Knowles writes:
: Actually it is based on the R3000 There are R4000 models out there but
: I don't have access to any.
The R4000 models, usually known as MIPS Magnums or Magnum 4000, will
work in either endian mode. In the little endian mode, it is
supported by the NetBSD/arc port. It is also known as Microsoft Jazz.
In big endian mode, no free OS that I'm aware of supports this. The
big endian mode support would be nice because you can run that with a
serial console while the little endian mode requires a special,
expensive video card.