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Re: Where can i find MIPS Linux source and Documentation?

Thanks Richard,

I followed some links to find what I wanted.
I couldn't get to what I exactly wnated.
The Linux VR Project seemed to be aliitle similar,
but tose were mostly based on Windows CE portables.

I am considering of getting Linux to run on 
an NEC VR5000 based evaluation board.
I can program the  boot PROM.
But I am quite not sure what I need to do with it.

I have a PMON which is a common ROM based monitor debugger.
Is it possible to load Linux using this?
Or do I have to write a custom boot code?
I couldn't find documentration on how the hardware needs to be
initialised before trying to run Linux.

I appreciate anyone's help.


Richard van den Berg wrote:
> On Thu, 25 May 2000, Tat Iwamoto wrote:
> > I am really new to Linux.
> > I am looking for working Linux for MIPS source code
> > and MIPS architecture specific porting documentation.
> > Could anybody tell me where I can find those?
> The best source to start with is
> http://www.inter.nl.net/users/schnecke/mips/mips-howto.html which has
> links to related internetlocations.
> Regards,
> Richard
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Tatsuya "Tat" Iwamoto
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