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1 swift 1.1 <?xml version='1.0' encoding="UTF-8"?>
2     <!DOCTYPE guide SYSTEM "/dtd/guide.dtd">
3 nightmorph 1.14 <!-- $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo/xml/htdocs/doc/en/mips-requirements.xml,v 1.13 2008/04/21 21:03:18 neysx Exp $ -->
4 swift 1.4
5 nightmorph 1.14 <guide>
6 swift 1.4 <title>Gentoo/MIPS Linux Hardware Requirements</title>
7    
8 swift 1.1 <author title="Author">
9 swift 1.4 <mail link="kumba@gentoo.org">Joshua Kinard</mail>
10 swift 1.1 </author>
11 neysx 1.7 <author title="Editor">
12 neysx 1.9 <mail link="redhatter@gentoo.org">Stuart Longland</mail>
13 neysx 1.7 </author>
14    
15 swift 1.1 <abstract>
16 neysx 1.10 This document provides an overview of the status of various MIPS-based systems
17     for installing Gentoo Linux. If you find errors or omissions please email the
18 swift 1.4 maintainer or an editor.
19 swift 1.1 </abstract>
20 swift 1.2
21 swift 1.4 <!-- The content of this document is licensed under the CC-BY-SA license -->
22     <!-- See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0 -->
23     <license />
24 swift 1.2
25 nightmorph 1.14 <version>1</version>
26     <date>2010-09-01</date>
27 swift 1.2
28 swift 1.1 <chapter>
29 neysx 1.7 <title>General Requirements</title>
30    
31 swift 1.1 <section>
32 neysx 1.7 <title>System Requirements</title>
33 swift 1.1 <body>
34    
35 neysx 1.7 <p>
36 neysx 1.10 The exact requirements will largely depend on what you intend to use the
37     machine for and how you wish to go about installing Gentoo. The following
38     table should give you a rough idea.
39 neysx 1.7 </p>
40    
41     <table>
42     <tr>
43     <ti/>
44     <th>Minimum</th>
45     <th>Recommended</th>
46     <th>Ideal</th>
47     </tr>
48     <tr>
49     <th>RAM:</th>
50     <ti>48~64MB</ti>
51     <ti>&gt;128MB</ti>
52     <ti>~256MB</ti>
53     </tr>
54     <tr>
55     <th>HDD:</th>
56     <ti>4GB</ti>
57     <ti>&gt;8GB</ti>
58     <ti>18GB</ti>
59     </tr>
60     </table>
61    
62     </body>
63    
64     </section>
65     <section>
66     <title>A Note about serial consoles</title>
67     <body>
68    
69     <p>
70     If you lack an appropriate Framebuffer, you will be required to use serial
71     console. Serial console programs for linux include <c>minicom</c> and
72     <c>xc</c>, and for Windows, <c>HyperTerminal</c> and <c>Tera Term Pro</c>. If
73     you are running Windows, and intend to use HyperTerminal, it is advised that
74     you seek out an updated client from the program's website instead of the one
75     installed by default. An upgraded client provides much better serial support
76     than the default one installed by Windows.
77     </p>
78    
79     </body>
80     </section>
81     <section>
82     <title>User Testimonies &amp; Kernel Configurations</title>
83     <body>
84 swift 1.4
85 neysx 1.7 <p>
86     As an aid to the project, a <uri
87     link="http://stuartl.longlandclan.hopto.org/gentoo/mips/">hardware support
88     database</uri> has been set up. This support database is intended to provide a
89     quick and easy way to determine how well certain configurations are supported.
90     The system also allows people to contribute their comments and kernel configs.
91     </p>
92    
93     </body>
94     </section>
95     </chapter>
96    
97     <chapter>
98     <title>Silicon Graphics Systems -- Stable</title>
99     <section>
100     <body>
101    
102     <p>
103     The following systems are known to be very stable overall. Just about all the
104     core hardware is supported in these systems, and there are very few outstanding
105     stability issues at this time.
106     </p>
107    
108     </body>
109     </section>
110     <section>
111     <title>IP22: Indy, Indigo 2 and Challenge S</title>
112     <body>
113 swift 1.4
114 swift 1.5 <ul>
115 neysx 1.7 <li>
116     <b>Processor Options (Stable):</b>
117     <ul>
118     <li>
119 neysx 1.10 <e>(on Indy and Challenge S)</e> R4000, R4400, R4600, R5000
120 neysx 1.7 </li>
121     <li>
122 neysx 1.10 <e>(on Indigo 2)</e> R4000, R4400
123 neysx 1.7 </li>
124     </ul>
125     </li>
126     <li>
127     <b>Kernel Support:</b>
128     <ul>
129     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Stable</e></li>
130     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Experimental</e></li>
131     </ul>
132     </li>
133     <li>
134     <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
135     <ul>
136     <li>32-bit: <e>Stable</e></li>
137     <li>64-bit: <e>Experimental</e></li>
138     </ul>
139     </li>
140     <li>
141     <b>Userland Support:</b>
142     <ul>
143     <li>o32: <e>Stable</e></li>
144     <li>n32: <e>Experimental</e> (Only on Linux 2.6 R5000/RM5200)</li>
145     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
146     </ul>
147     </li>
148 neysx 1.8 <li>
149     <b>Notes:</b>
150     <ol>
151     <li>
152 neysx 1.10 At present, only the Newport (XL) graphics framebuffer is supported in
153     Linux. Therefore on systems with other framebuffers, you will need to
154     use serial console.
155 neysx 1.8 </li>
156     <li>
157     The Challenge S has its RJ-45 connector on a daughter board (Mezz)
158 neysx 1.10 linked with an unsupported SCSI adapter, a WD33C95A. In order for this
159     network connector to function, this SCSI bus needs to be activated,
160     however it is not yet supported by Linux. As a result of this, the
161     Challenge S can only get network connectivity via its AUI connector.
162 neysx 1.8 </li>
163     <li>
164 neysx 1.10 Indigo2 EISA Support is <e>highly</e> experimental. It isn't very well
165     tested and may not work with all hardware. Hardware that it is known
166     to function with is listed, and as more compatible hardware is
167     discovered, it will be added. Please note that hardware requiring DMA
168     support is currently not functional. This includes EISA/ISA-based
169     soundcards. EISA Video cards requiring an x86-compatible BIOS are also
170     not functional.
171 neysx 1.8 </li>
172     </ol>
173     </li>
174 swift 1.5 </ul>
175    
176 swift 1.1 </body>
177     </section>
178     <section>
179 neysx 1.7 <title>IP32: O2</title>
180 swift 1.1 <body>
181    
182 neysx 1.7 <ul>
183     <li>
184     <b>Processor Options:</b>
185     <ul>
186     <li><b>Stable:</b> R5000, RM5200</li>
187     <li><b>Experimental:</b> RM7000</li>
188     <li><b>Unsupported:</b> R10000</li>
189     </ul>
190     </li>
191     <li>
192     <b>Kernel Support:</b>
193     <ul>
194     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Unsupported in Kernel</e></li>
195     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Stable</e></li>
196     </ul>
197     </li>
198     <li>
199     <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
200     <ul>
201     <li>32-bit: <e>Unsupported in Kernel</e></li>
202     <li>64-bit: <e>Stable</e></li>
203     </ul>
204     </li>
205     <li>
206     <b>Userland Support:</b>
207     <ul>
208     <li>o32: <e>Stable</e></li>
209     <li>n32: <e>Experimental</e> (Only on Linux 2.6)</li>
210     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
211     </ul>
212     </li>
213 neysx 1.8 <li>
214     <b>Notes:</b>
215     <ol>
216     <li>
217     The O2 RM7000 Processor support is limited in Linux currently, as it
218 neysx 1.10 requires a fairly recent kernel version (&gt;2.6.7), and has several
219 neysx 1.8 notable issues. The first issue is a problem with SCSI at the moment,
220     making the internal disks unusable at the current time. The Level 3
221     (Tertiary) Cache is also disabled due to there being no support for
222     this cache in the linux kernel.
223     </li>
224     <li>
225     Please be aware that this note only applies to the official SGI RM7000
226 neysx 1.13 running at 350MHz, not the 600MHz RM7000 that can be assembled using an
227 neysx 1.10 RM5200 board. These "modded" CPU modules for O2 systems are not
228 neysx 1.8 supported/tested, although, in theory, they should be functional, but
229     may suffer from the same problems listed above.
230     </li>
231     </ol>
232     </li>
233 neysx 1.7 </ul>
234 swift 1.1
235     </body>
236     </section>
237 neysx 1.7 </chapter>
238    
239     <chapter>
240     <title>Silicon Graphics Systems -- Experimental/Unstable</title>
241 swift 1.1 <section>
242     <body>
243    
244 neysx 1.7 <p>
245     The systems listed here are known to run Linux... <e>HOWEVER</e>, in many
246     cases, there are known stability issues, and major gaps in the hardware
247     support. In short, it will be a rough and bumpy ride.
248     </p>
249    
250     </body>
251     </section>
252     <section>
253     <title>IP27: Origin 200 and 2000</title>
254     <body>
255 swift 1.1
256 neysx 1.7 <ul>
257     <li>
258 neysx 1.10 <b>Processor Options <e>(Experimental)</e>:</b> R10000, R12000
259 neysx 1.7 </li>
260     <li>
261     <b>Kernel Support:</b>
262     <ul>
263     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Unsupported in Kernel</e></li>
264     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Experimental</e></li>
265     </ul>
266     </li>
267     <li>
268     <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
269     <ul>
270     <li>32-bit: <e>Unsupported in Kernel</e></li>
271     <li>64-bit: <e>Experimental</e></li>
272     </ul>
273     </li>
274     <li>
275     <b>Userland Support:</b>
276     <ul>
277     <li>o32: <e>Stable</e></li>
278     <li>n32: <e>Experimental</e></li>
279     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
280     </ul>
281     </li>
282     </ul>
283 swift 1.4
284     </body>
285     </section>
286 neysx 1.7 <section>
287     <title>IP28: Indigo 2 Impact (a.k.a Indigo 2 R10k)</title>
288     <body>
289 swift 1.4
290 neysx 1.7 <ul>
291     <li>
292 neysx 1.10 <b>Processor Options <e>(Experimental)</e>:</b> R10000
293 neysx 1.7 </li>
294     <li>
295     <b>Kernel Support:</b>
296     <ul>
297     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Experimental</e></li>
298     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Experimental</e></li>
299     </ul>
300     </li>
301     <li>
302     <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
303     <ul>
304     <li>32-bit: <e>Unsupported in Kernel</e></li>
305     <li>64-bit: <e>Experimental</e></li>
306     </ul>
307     </li>
308     <li>
309     <b>Userland Support:</b>
310     <ul>
311     <li>o32: <e>Stable</e></li>
312     <li>n32: <e>Experimental</e> (Only on Linux 2.6)</li>
313     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
314     </ul>
315     </li>
316     <li>
317 neysx 1.8 <b>Notes:</b>
318     <ol>
319     <li>
320 nightmorph 1.14 IP28 Indigo2 Impact support (classified as an Indigo2 system w/ an
321     R10000 Processor) is <e>very experimental</e>. Most of the work is
322     currently being done by Peter Fuerst, who maintains patches on his <uri
323     link="http://www.pfrst.de/download.html">website</uri>. This kernel is
324     <e>NOT</e> intended for stable, day-to-day use. The Indigo2 IP28 system
325     suffers from an issue known as <e>Speculative Execution</e>, a feature
326     of the R10000 Processor that is problematic on machines that are <e>Non
327     Cache Coherent</e>, such as the IP28 Indigo2 and on R10000/R12000-based
328     IP32 O2 systems. Details on the nature of Speculative Execution, and
329     the issues it poses to the Indigo2 can be found at the following URLs:
330 neysx 1.8 <ul>
331     <li>
332 neysx 1.10 MIPS R10000 Microprocessor User's Manual (See <e>PDF Pages
333     51-55</e>)
334 neysx 1.8 <uri>http://techpubs.sgi.com/library/manuals/2000/007-2490-001/pdf/007-2490-001.pdf</uri>
335     </li>
336     <li>
337     Post to NetBSD sgimips Mailing List on 29 Jun 2000
338     <uri>http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-sgimips/2000/06/29/0006.html</uri>
339     </li>
340     </ul>
341     </li>
342     </ol>
343 neysx 1.7 </li>
344     </ul>
345    
346     </body>
347     </section>
348 swift 1.4 <section>
349 neysx 1.7 <title>IP30: Octane</title>
350 swift 1.4 <body>
351    
352 neysx 1.7 <ul>
353 neysx 1.8 <li><b>Processor Options (Experimental):</b> R10000, R12000, R14000A</li>
354 neysx 1.7 <li>
355     <b>Kernel Support:</b>
356     <ul>
357     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Unsupported in Kernel</e></li>
358     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Experimental</e></li>
359     </ul>
360     </li>
361     <li>
362     <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
363     <ul>
364     <li>32-bit: <e>Unsupported in Kernel</e></li>
365     <li>64-bit: <e>Experimental</e></li>
366     </ul>
367     </li>
368     <li>
369     <b>Userland Support:</b>
370     <ul>
371     <li>o32: <e>Stable</e></li>
372     <li>n32: <e>Experimental</e></li>
373     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
374     </ul>
375     </li>
376 neysx 1.8 <li>
377     <b>Notes:</b>
378     <ol>
379     <li>
380     Octane support in Linux should be regarded as experimental. Support for
381 neysx 1.10 this particular machine from SGI has been progressing quite well and
382     the Linux kernel functions reasonably well. The current status for this
383 nightmorph 1.12 system may be found on
384     <uri link="http://www.linux-mips.org/~skylark/">Stanislaw Skowronek's
385     page</uri>. Wider support in Gentoo for this system will be available
386     in the future, so watch this space closely for more details.
387 neysx 1.8 </li>
388     <li>
389     The serial ports on the Octane currently only support 9600 baud rate,
390     8-bits, no parity, 1 stop bit. Other baud rates do not currently work
391     at present.
392     </li>
393     </ol>
394     </li>
395 neysx 1.7 </ul>
396    
397     </body>
398     </section>
399     </chapter>
400 swift 1.4
401 neysx 1.7 <chapter>
402     <title>Silicon Graphics Systems -- Unsupported</title>
403     <section>
404     <body>
405 swift 1.4
406 neysx 1.7 <p>
407     Just about all of these systems are totally unsupported at the kernel level --
408     making a full Linux system totally impossible. Little is known about a lot of
409     the systems listed here -- therefore any support in the near future is highly
410     unlikely. You may wish to keep an eye on the <uri
411     link="http://www.linux-mips.org">Linux/MIPS website</uri> for any news of ports
412     -- either that, or start your own. :-)
413     </p>
414 swift 1.4
415 neysx 1.7 <ul>
416     <li>IP12: Iris Indigo (R3000 CPU)</li>
417     <li>IP20: Iris Indigo (R4000 or R4400 CPU)</li>
418     <li>IP26: Indigo 2 Power (R8000 CPU)</li>
419     <li>IP34: Fuel (R14000A or R16000 CPU)</li>
420     <li>IP35: Origin 3000 (R14000 or R14000A CPU)</li>
421     <li>IP45: Origin 300 (R14000 CPU)</li>
422     <li>IP53: Origin 350 &amp; Tezro (R16000 CPU)</li>
423     </ul>
424 swift 1.1
425 swift 1.4 </body>
426     </section>
427 neysx 1.7 </chapter>
428    
429     <chapter>
430     <title>Silicon Graphics Accessories</title>
431 swift 1.4 <section>
432     <body>
433 swift 1.1
434 neysx 1.7 <p>
435     As with most systems, there is quite wide array of peripherals that one can
436     obtain for Silicon Graphics systems. While a lot of these work in IRIX, Linux
437     support is a bit touch-and-go on some of these items. The following table
438     lists the support for each device.
439     </p>
440    
441 swift 1.1 <table>
442 neysx 1.7 <tr>
443 neysx 1.8 <th>Stable Support</th>
444     <th>Experimental Support</th>
445 neysx 1.7 <th>Unsupported/Untested</th>
446     </tr>
447     <tr>
448 neysx 1.9 <ti>
449     Indy/Indigo2: XL Graphics Card (Newport)<br/>
450     Indy/Indigo2: SGI Seeq Ethernet 10Mbps<br/>
451     Indy/Indigo2: WD33C93 SCSI<br/>
452     Indy/Indigo2: HAL2 Sound/Audio<br/>
453     Indy/Indigo2: Parallel Port<br/>
454     Indy/Indigo2: Serial Port<br/>
455     O2: SGI MACE Ethernet 10/100Mbps<br/>
456     O2: Adaptec AIC7880 SCSI<br/>
457     O2: Serial Port<br/>
458     Indigo2 ISA: Parallel Port Card (PC-Style)<br/>
459     Indigo2 ISA: NE2000 Compatible 10Mbps NIC (RTL8019)
460     </ti>
461     <ti>
462     Indy: I2C/VINO subsystem &amp; IndyCam<br/>
463     Indigo2 EISA: 3COM 3c597 10/100Mbps<br/>
464     O2: GBE Framebuffer<br/>
465     O2: PCI Slot<br/>
466     Octane: Keyboard<br/>
467     Octane: Mardi Gras (MGRAS) Graphics<br/>
468     Octane: QLogic ISP1040B SCSI<br/>
469     Octane: RAD1 Audio<br/>
470     Octane: SMP Support<br/>
471     Octane: V6/V8/V10/V12 Graphics (Odyssey)<br/>
472     Origin: IOC3 Ethernet 10/100Mbps<br/>
473     Origin: QLogic ISP1020 SCSI<br/>
474     O2 PCI: ALi 5273 USB 2.0 (Req. Kernel &gt;=2.6.8.1)
475     </ti>
476     <ti>
477     (1)Indy/Indigo2: Impact &amp; Extreme/XZ graphics chipsets<br/>
478     Indy: Phobos G130 10/100Mbps NIC<br/>
479     Indigo2: GIO64 Slots<br/>
480     Indigo2: Phobos G160 10/100Mbps NIC<br/>
481     Challenge S: WD33C95A SCSI Adapter/RJ-45 Daughter Card<br/>
482     O2: VICE Subsystem
483     </ti>
484 neysx 1.7 </tr>
485 swift 1.1 </table>
486    
487 neysx 1.9 <note>
488     (1) Work has begun on porting the ImpactSR to the Indigo2 Impact (IP28)
489     workstation. At the moment, it's early days, and the driver is not functional
490 neysx 1.10 yet, but this may change in the coming months.<br/>
491 neysx 1.9 Likewise with Extreme graphics... a few people were starting to look into
492 neysx 1.10 writing drivers for this chipset. Nothing has been released yet, but we may
493     see something in the not too distant future.<br/>
494 neysx 1.9 We will update this page if such a driver is released.
495     </note>
496    
497 neysx 1.7 </body>
498     </section>
499     </chapter>
500 swift 1.4
501 neysx 1.7 <chapter>
502     <title>Cobalt Servers -- Stable</title>
503     <section>
504     <body>
505 swift 1.1
506 neysx 1.7 <p>
507     The Cobalt servers are a set of machines all based around the QED RM523[01]
508     CPU. They came in two varieties, the RaQ -- a rackmounted model, and the Qube,
509     a small desktop model (1ft. cube). The big difference between these systems
510     and the SGI systems above, is that these systems are <e>little endian</e>
511     (<c>mipsel</c>) as opposed to <e>big endian</e> (<c>mips</c>).
512     </p>
513    
514     <p>
515     These were also sold under an OEM arragement to other companies, examples of
516     this are the Gateway Microserver (Qube 2) and the Seagate NasRaQ (RaQ 2).
517     </p>
518 swift 1.1
519     </body>
520     </section>
521     <section>
522 neysx 1.7 <title>Qube/Raq 2800 (a.k.a Qube/Raq 2)</title>
523 swift 1.1 <body>
524    
525 neysx 1.7 <ul>
526     <li><b>Processor:</b> QED RM5231 @ 250MHz</li>
527     <li>
528     <b>Kernel Version Support:</b>
529     <ul>
530     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Stable</e></li>
531     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Stable</e></li>
532     </ul>
533     </li>
534     <li>
535     <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
536     <ul>
537     <li>32-bit: <e>Stable</e></li>
538     <li>64-bit: <e>Highly Experimental</e></li>
539     </ul>
540     </li>
541     <li>
542     <b>Userland Support:</b>
543     <ul>
544     <li>o32: <e>Stable</e></li>
545     <li>n32: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
546     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
547     </ul>
548     </li>
549     </ul>
550    
551     </body>
552     </section>
553     </chapter>
554 swift 1.4
555 neysx 1.7 <chapter>
556     <title>Cobalt Servers -- Experimental</title>
557     <section>
558     <title>Raq 2700 (a.k.a Raq 1)</title>
559     <body>
560 swift 1.4
561 neysx 1.7 <ul>
562     <li><b>Processor:</b> QED RM5230 @ 150MHz</li>
563     <li>
564     <b>Kernel Version Support:</b>
565     <ul>
566     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Experimental</e></li>
567     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Untested In Gentoo</e></li>
568     </ul>
569     </li>
570     <li>
571     <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
572     <ul>
573     <li>32-bit: <e>Experimental</e></li>
574     <li>64-bit: <e>Untested In Gentoo</e></li>
575     </ul>
576     </li>
577     <li>
578     <b>Userland Support:</b>
579     <ul>
580     <li>o32: <e>Experimental</e></li>
581     <li>n32: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
582     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
583     </ul>
584     </li>
585     </ul>
586 swift 1.1
587     </body>
588     </section>
589 neysx 1.7 </chapter>
590    
591     <chapter>
592     <title>Cobalt Servers -- Unsupported</title>
593 swift 1.1 <section>
594 neysx 1.7 <title>Qube 2700 (a.k.a Qube 1)</title>
595 swift 1.1 <body>
596    
597 neysx 1.7 <p>
598     The Qube 2700 was the first of this whole subarchitecture. Unfortunately, it
599     lacks a serial port, making installation at present, damn near impossible.
600     We're looking into ways we can support this system, but as none of the
601     developers have access to one of these machines, we have no way to test our
602     efforts. You may wish to have a look at <uri
603     link="http://www.metzner.org/projects/qube/">Jan Metzner's page</uri> for more
604     information.
605     </p>
606    
607 swift 1.1 <ul>
608 neysx 1.7 <li><b>Processor:</b> QED RM5230 @ 150MHz</li>
609 swift 1.1 <li>
610 neysx 1.7 <b>Kernel Version Support:</b>
611     <ul>
612     <li>Linux 2.4: <e>Untested In Gentoo</e></li>
613     <li>Linux 2.6: <e>Untested In Gentoo</e></li>
614     </ul>
615 swift 1.1 </li>
616     <li>
617 neysx 1.7 <b>Kernel Architecture Support:</b>
618     <ul>
619     <li>32-bit: <e>Untested In Gentoo</e></li>
620     <li>64-bit: <e>Untested In Gentoo</e></li>
621     </ul>
622     </li>
623     <li>
624     <b>Userland Support:</b>
625     <ul>
626     <li>o32: <e>Untested In Gentoo</e></li>
627     <li>n32: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
628     <li>n64: <e>Not Available In Gentoo</e></li>
629     </ul>
630 swift 1.1 </li>
631     </ul>
632    
633     </body>
634     </section>
635     </chapter>
636     </guide>

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