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


Yes, that is the board I have.
So what are the steps I need to take to have Linux up and running?
Do you mean I compile a Linux kernel and load it via TFTP using PMON?


Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
> On Tue, 30 May 2000, Tat Iwamoto wrote:
> > 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.
> Is this the NEC DDB Vrc-5074? That one is already supported.
> > 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?
> PMON can load ELF images (e.g. a standard Linux kernel) over TFTP.
> Gr{oetje,eeting}s,
>                                                 Geert
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Tatsuya "Tat" Iwamoto
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