Subject: Re: IBM RS/6000 40P 6015 platform support
To: Riccardo Mottola <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Klaus Klein <email@example.com>
Date: 06/27/2004 17:06:36
On Sunday 27 June 2004 11:46, Riccardo Mottola wrote:
> Klaus Klein wrote:
> > I've just committed the remaining bits of IBM RS/6000 40P platform
> > support to the tree, which is also the first machine supported in
> > NetBSD using a PowerPC 601 processor. Still missing at this time
> > is a driver for the included P9100-based framebuffer, but I'll get
> > to that as well eventually.
> > I've included a message buffer dump below.
> could this mean that support for 601 based macintoshes, but already with
> openfirmware (7200, 8200 and 601 proc. cards like in the 7500) could be
> near? or perhaps already available ?
It certainly won't work right now, as it still requires several
small 601 modifications to the macppc-specific code (use of
the rtc vs. tb, and the battable), and to the PowerPC-specific
Open Firmware hooks (which weren't an issue with prep).
If you have such a machine (601 but otherwise supported
hardware, i.e. 7200 or 7500), drop me a mail off-list and
we'll give it a try.