> Nice. Can I ask which board that is? I have some boards reserved for me inI prefer that you don't purchase this model of board: I can even not
> Loongson that I am highly likely to purchase, and suspect (but would like to
> confirm) that they are the same board that you are using. I will also check
> on any further availability. If I can I will donate one/some of these for
> Debian as well.
use the power
button of chassis. Maybe that you can purchase a newer model.
If IPMI is available, it will be much better.
>> Much though I would love to say go with MIPS64R2, I suspect for the mainIt is also my opinion. Use MIPSIII can make more people use it, and we can
> debian-ports.org upload that is not the best single choice. The Loongson 2F
> cores are MIPSIII I believe, as are some other platforms. I have a suspicion
> that some of the Broadcom chips for instance are MIPS32R1.
> I would suggest that we go with MIPSIII for the first mips64le upload, and
> then we can work on MIPS32R2 for the 'unofficial ports' to begin with. What
> do you think ?
work with some of other unofficial ports.
>> Thanks for all of the people helped me to make this project be realized:
>> Eleanor Chen, Aron Xu, Anthony Fok, Fuxin Zhang from Lemote and lots
>> of other people.
> You have my thanks as well :-)
>> YunQiang Su
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