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Re: EB64+

----- Original Message -----
From: "Noah Ackerman" <noah@nack.org>
To: "Rob Byrnes" <robbyrnes@ozemail.com.au>
Cc: <debian-alpha@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 12:08 PM
Subject: Re: EB64+

> On Monday 09 September 2002 07:14 pm, Rob Byrnes wrote:
> > At 16:03 9/09/2002 -0700, Noah Ackerman sent this up the stick:
> > >Has anyone had any luck with woody on an EB64+?
> > >
> > >I have an Aspen Alpine (which should be similiar) and it doesn't seem
> like
> > >the MILO image or the generic kernel at all.  I cross built an EB64+
> install
> > >kernel (and drivers.tgz) and used an old MILO image (either from slink
> > >RedHat 5.2, I am not sure which) and eventually got a woody on the
> > >If it's the same for EB64+, I thought I might try submitting an EB64+
> subtree
> > >like jensen and nautilus already have.
> >
> > I have Woody running on a Cabriolet (PC64) - which seems to think at
> > compile time that it's an EB64+ (apparently, PC64 was derived from
> > EB64+).  I use srm/aboot rather than arc/MILO however.
> >
> > Any particular reason you are running arc/MILO?
> Yeah, the Alpine only has one EPROM, which holds ARC.  Aspen used to have
> replacement EPROM with SRM, but I missed the last one by about 2 years.

Heres an interesting link:


This guy (one of the Alpha developers on FreeBSD) used an EB64+ ROM on an
Aspen Alpine and it worked OK.

To get hold of an EB64+ ROM ........


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