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Re: Debian with R10000 Processors

I think the problem is with the Octane (IP30) rather than the CPUs. I've got an SGI 2200 (IP27) that works just fine with Debian.

Hi Chad,
it looks like it that you made what I for a long time could not make. I have SGI Origin 2000 (IP27), but I cannot start no compiled kernel on it. I tried the patch from the page: http://www.linux-mips.org/pub/linux/mips/people/ralf/ip27/ but unfortunately it is giving no result. I also tried the newest kernels, but also without success. What version did you use? Did you modify your kernel somehow or other? What parameters did you use at starting? I want to help Debian's people, but first I must boot something on this machine.
These are logs from my tests:


And the machine... ;)


This kernels was cross-compiling on IA64 and Intel x64:

make ARCH=mips ip27_defconfig
make -j 128 ARCH=mips CROSS_COMPILE=mips-linux-gnu- vmlinux

Best regards,
Sebastian Petruczynik.

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