Re: Install debian RS/6000 44P Model 170
On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 09:02:55AM -0300, Germán Poó Caamaño wrote:
> El jue, 22-01-2004 a las 07:06, Sven Luther escribió:
> > On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 10:00:34AM -0000, Leigh Brown wrote:
> > > Sven Luther said:
> > > > Mmm, if your machine is indeed prep based, please create a prep
> > > > partition like 6.1 says, move the kernel you downloaded from my site to
> > > > it, and launch it from OF.
> > >
> > > FYI The 170 is a 64-bit Power3 CHRP machine. These support the ppc32 and
> > > ppc64 kernels, but the 32-bit kernel requires CONFIG_POWER3.
> > Ok, cool. I will upload a new kernel with power3 and power4 32bit
> > support soon. We will need to upgrade archdetect for those though, so
> > kernel-installer installs the right thing.
> > Could you (or someone) send me the /proc/cpuinfo of those boxes ?
> # cat /proc/cpuinfo
> processor : 0
> cpu : Power3 (630+)
> clock : 333MHz
> revision : 1.4 (pvr 0041 0104)
> bogomips : 665.19
> total bogomips : 665.19
> machine : CHRP IBM,7044-170
We currently have the following subarches :
Clearly this would be a chrp-rs6k, but we have to distinguish it from
the other chrp_rs6k, which use old powerpc processors, right.
This would mean adding something like :
Do we need to add the rs6k keywoard ? Are there any power3/power4 which
are not of chrp-rs6k lineage ? In particular in what booting is required ?