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1 swift 1.1 <?xml version='1.0' encoding="UTF-8"?>
2     <!DOCTYPE guide SYSTEM "/dtd/guide.dtd">
3 swift 1.4
4     <!-- $Header$ -->
5    
6 swift 1.1 <guide link="/doc/en/mips-requirements.xml">
7 swift 1.4
8     <title>Gentoo/MIPS Linux Hardware Requirements</title>
9    
10 swift 1.1 <author title="Author">
11 swift 1.4 <mail link="kumba@gentoo.org">Joshua Kinard</mail>
12 swift 1.1 </author>
13    
14     <abstract>
15 swift 1.4 This document provides an overview of the status of various MIPS-based systems
16     for installing Gentoo Linux. If you find errors or ommissions please email the
17     maintainer or an editor.
18 swift 1.1 </abstract>
19 swift 1.2
20 swift 1.4 <!-- The content of this document is licensed under the CC-BY-SA license -->
21     <!-- See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0 -->
22     <license />
23 swift 1.2
24 swift 1.4 <version>0.2</version>
25     <date>2005-01-31</date>
26 swift 1.2
27 swift 1.1 <chapter>
28 swift 1.4 <title>Supported/Unsupported Hardware</title>
29 swift 1.1 <section>
30     <body>
31    
32 swift 1.4 <note>
33     Items in <brite>Red</brite> are currently <e>Unsupported</e> in
34     Gentoo/MIPS at this time. This means Linux does not run on this
35     system/CPU at the current time, or the specific piece of hardware
36     is unsupported in the kernel.
37     </note>
38    
39     <note>
40     Items in <c>Blue</c> are considered <e>Highly Experimental</e> at this time.
41     This means the system can boot Linux, but either is unstable, or Gentoo/MIPS
42     has not been tested on it yet. In regards to hardware, it means the specific
43     piece of hardware either works to some extent, or is untested.
44     </note>
45    
46     <note>
47     If a particular system is not listed, then it's status is unknown.
48     </note>
49    
50     <p>&#160;</p>
51 swift 1.1
52     </body>
53     </section>
54     <section>
55 swift 1.4 <title>SGI Systems</title>
56 swift 1.1 <body>
57    
58     <table>
59     <tr>
60 swift 1.4 <th>Systems</th>
61     <th>SGI IP #</th>
62 swift 1.1 <th>CPUs</th>
63 swift 1.4 <th>Kernel Arch</th>
64     <th>Kernel Ver</th>
65     <th>Userland</th>
66     <th>Notes</th>
67 swift 1.1 </tr>
68     <tr>
69     <ti>Indy</ti>
70 swift 1.4 <ti>IP22</ti>
71     <ti>R4000, R4400, R4600, R5000</ti>
72     <ti>mips, <c>mips64</c></ti>
73     <ti>2.4, <c>2.6</c></ti>
74     <ti>o32, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
75     <ti>(1), (4), (8)</ti>
76     </tr>
77     <tr>
78     <ti>Challenge S</ti>
79     <ti>IP22</ti>
80 swift 1.1 <ti>R4000, R4400, R4600, R5000</ti>
81 swift 1.4 <ti>mips, <c>mips64</c></ti>
82     <ti>2.4, <c>2.6</c></ti>
83     <ti>o32, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
84     <ti>(1), (2), (4), (8)</ti>
85 swift 1.1 </tr>
86     <tr>
87     <ti>Indigo2</ti>
88 swift 1.4 <ti>IP22</ti>
89     <ti>R4000, R4400, R4600</ti>
90     <ti>mips, <c>mips64</c></ti>
91     <ti>2.4, <c>2.6</c></ti>
92     <ti>o32, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
93     <ti>(1), (3), (4), (8)</ti>
94 swift 1.1 </tr>
95     <tr>
96 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Indigo2 Power</brite></ti>
97     <ti><brite>IP26</brite></ti>
98     <ti><brite>R8000</brite></ti>
99     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <brite>mips64</brite></ti>
100     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
101     <ti><brite>o32</brite>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
102     <ti></ti>
103 swift 1.1 </tr>
104     <tr>
105 swift 1.4 <ti><c>Indigo2 Impact</c></ti>
106     <ti><c>IP28</c></ti>
107     <ti><c>R10000</c></ti>
108     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <c>mips64</c></ti>
109     <ti><c>2.4</c>, <c>2.6</c></ti>
110     <ti><c>o32</c>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
111     <ti>(1), (3), (4), (5)</ti>
112 swift 1.1 </tr>
113     <tr>
114 swift 1.4 <ti>O2</ti>
115     <ti>IP32</ti>
116     <ti>R5000, RM5200, <c>RM7000</c>, <brite>R10000</brite>, <brite>R12000</brite></ti>
117     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, mips64</ti>
118     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, 2.6</ti>
119     <ti>o32, <c>n32</c>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
120     <ti>(5), (6), (8)</ti>
121 swift 1.1 </tr>
122     <tr>
123 swift 1.4 <ti><c>Origin 200/2000</c></ti>
124     <ti><c>IP27</c></ti>
125     <ti><c>R10000</c>, <c>R12000</c></ti>
126     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <c>mips64</c></ti>
127     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, 2.6</ti>
128     <ti>o32, <c>n32</c>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
129 swift 1.1 <ti></ti>
130 swift 1.4 </tr>
131     <tr>
132     <ti><c>Octane</c></ti>
133     <ti><c>IP30</c></ti>
134     <ti><c>R10000</c>, <c>R12000</c>, <c>R14000A</c></ti>
135     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <c>mips64</c></ti>
136     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <c>2.6</c></ti>
137     <ti><c>o32</c>, <c>n32</c>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
138     <ti>(7)</ti>
139     </tr>
140     <tr>
141     <ti><brite>Indigo</brite></ti>
142     <ti><brite>IP20</brite></ti>
143     <ti><brite>R3000</brite>, <brite>R4000</brite></ti>
144     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <brite>mips64</brite></ti>
145     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
146     <ti><brite>o32</brite>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
147 swift 1.1 <ti></ti>
148     </tr>
149     <tr>
150 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Fuel</brite></ti>
151     <ti><brite>IP34</brite></ti>
152     <ti><brite>R14000A</brite>, <brite>R16000</brite></ti>
153     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <brite>mips64</brite></ti>
154     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
155     <ti><brite>o32</brite>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
156 swift 1.1 <ti></ti>
157     </tr>
158     <tr>
159 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Origin 300</brite></ti>
160     <ti><brite>IP45</brite></ti>
161     <ti><brite>R14000</brite></ti>
162     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <brite>mips64</brite></ti>
163     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
164     <ti><brite>o32</brite>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
165 swift 1.1 <ti></ti>
166     </tr>
167     <tr>
168 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Origin 3000</brite></ti>
169     <ti><brite>IP35</brite></ti>
170     <ti><brite>R14000, R14000A</brite></ti>
171     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <brite>mips64</brite></ti>
172     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
173     <ti><brite>o32</brite>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
174 swift 1.1 <ti></ti>
175     </tr>
176     <tr>
177 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Origin 350, Tezro</brite></ti>
178     <ti><brite>IP53</brite></ti>
179     <ti><brite>R16000</brite></ti>
180     <ti><brite>mips</brite>, <brite>mips64</brite></ti>
181     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
182     <ti><brite>o32</brite>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
183 swift 1.1 <ti></ti>
184     </tr>
185     </table>
186    
187 swift 1.4 <p>&#160;</p>
188    
189 swift 1.1 </body>
190     </section>
191     <section>
192 swift 1.4 <title>SGI Accessories</title>
193 swift 1.1 <body>
194    
195     <table>
196     <tr>
197 swift 1.4 <th>Miscellaneous (Supported)</th>
198     </tr>
199     <tr>
200     <ti>Indy/Indigo2: XL Graphics Card (Newport)</ti>
201     </tr>
202     <tr>
203     <ti>Indy/Indigo2: SGI Seeq Ethernet 10Mbps</ti>
204     </tr>
205     <tr>
206     <ti>Indy/Indigo2: WD33C93 SCSI</ti>
207     </tr>
208     <tr>
209     <ti>Indy/Indigo2: HAL2 Sound/Audio</ti>
210     </tr>
211     <tr>
212     <ti>Indy/Indigo2: Parallel Port</ti>
213     </tr>
214     <tr>
215     <ti>Indy/Indigo2: Serial Port</ti>
216     </tr>
217     <tr>
218     <ti>O2: SGI MACE Ethernet 10/100Mbps</ti>
219     </tr>
220     <tr>
221     <ti>O2: Adaptec AIC7880 SCSI</ti>
222     </tr>
223     <tr>
224     <ti>O2: Serial Port</ti>
225     </tr>
226     <tr>
227     <ti>Indigo2 ISA: Parallel Port Card (PC-Style)</ti>
228     </tr>
229     <tr>
230     <ti>Indigo2 ISA: NE2000 Compatible 10Mbps NIC (RTL8019)</ti>
231     </tr>
232     <tr>
233     <th>Miscellaneous (Experimental)</th>
234     </tr>
235     <tr>
236     <ti><c>Indy: I2C/VINO subsystem &amp; IndyCam</c></ti>
237     </tr>
238     <tr>
239     <ti><c>O2: GBE Framebuffer</c></ti>
240     </tr>
241     <tr>
242     <ti><c>O2: PCI Slot</c></ti>
243     </tr>
244     <tr>
245     <ti><c>Octane: Keyboard</c></ti>
246     </tr>
247     <tr>
248     <ti><c>Octane: Mardi Gras (MGRAS) Graphics</c></ti>
249     </tr>
250     <tr>
251     <ti><c>Octane: QLogic ISP1040B SCSI</c></ti>
252     </tr>
253     <tr>
254     <ti><c>Octane: RAD1 Audio</c></ti>
255     </tr>
256     <tr>
257     <ti><c>Origin: IOC3 Ethernet 10/100Mbps</c></ti>
258     </tr>
259     <tr>
260     <ti><c>Origin: QLogic ISP1020 SCSI</c></ti>
261     </tr>
262     <tr>
263     <ti><c>Indigo2 EISA: 3COM 3c597 10/100Mbps</c></ti>
264     </tr>
265     <tr>
266     <ti><c>O2 PCI: ALi 5273 USB 2.0 (Req. Kernel >=2.6.8.1)</c></ti>
267     </tr>
268     <tr>
269     <th>Miscellaneous (Unsupported)</th>
270     </tr>
271     <tr>
272     <ti><brite>Indy/Indigo2: Impact &amp; Extreme/XZ graphics chipsets</brite></ti>
273 swift 1.1 </tr>
274     <tr>
275 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Indy: Phobos G130 10/100Mbps NIC</brite></ti>
276 swift 1.1 </tr>
277     <tr>
278 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Indigo2: GIO64 Slots</brite></ti>
279     </tr>
280     <tr>
281     <ti><brite>Indigo2: Phobos G160 10/100Mbps NIC</brite></ti>
282     </tr>
283     <tr>
284     <ti><brite>Challenge S: WD33C95A SCSI Adapter/RJ-45 Daughter Card</brite></ti>
285 swift 1.1 </tr>
286     <tr>
287 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>O2: VICE Subsystem</brite></ti>
288 swift 1.1 </tr>
289     <tr>
290 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Octane: SMP Support</brite></ti>
291 swift 1.1 </tr>
292     <tr>
293 swift 1.4 <ti><brite>Octane: V6/V8/V10/V12 Graphics (Odyssey)</brite></ti>
294 swift 1.1 </tr>
295     </table>
296    
297 swift 1.4 <p>&#160;</p>
298    
299     </body>
300     </section>
301    
302    
303     <section>
304     <title>Notes on SGI Machines</title>
305     <body>
306    
307     <impo>
308     <b><c>(1)</c></b> If you lack an appropriate Framebuffer, you will be required
309     to use serial console. Serial console programs for linux include <c>minicom</c>
310     and <c>xc</c>, and for Windows, <c>HyperTerminal</c> and <c>Tera Term Pro</c>.
311     If you are running Windows, and intend to use HyperTerminal, it is advised that
312     you seek out an updated client from the program's website instead of the one
313     installed by default. An upgraded client provides much better serial support
314     than the default one installed by Windows.
315     </impo>
316    
317     <impo>
318     <b><c>(2)</c></b> The Challenge S has its RJ-45 connector on a daughter board
319     (Mezz) linked with an unsupported SCSI adapter, a <c>WD33C95A</c>. In order
320     for this network connector to function, this SCSI bus needs to be activated,
321     however it is not yet supported by Linux. As a result of this, the Challenge
322     S can only get network connectivity via its AUI connector.
323     </impo>
324    
325     <impo>
326     <b><c>(3)</c></b> Indigo2 EISA Support is <e>highly</e> experimental. It isn't
327     very well tested and may not work with all hardware. Hardware that it is known
328     to function with is listed, and as more compatible hardware is discovered, it
329     will be added. Please note that hardware requiring DMA support is currently
330     not functional. This includes EISA/ISA-based soundcards. EISA Video cards
331     requiring an x86-compatible BIOS are also not functional.
332     </impo>
333    
334     <impo>
335     <b><c>(4)</c></b> The IP22 Serial Driver is non-functional in the 2.6 kernel,
336     so while the 2.6 kernel will boot on IP22 systems, if you lack an appropriate
337     framebuffer, then you will be unable to see any output on the main console.
338     Hopefully this driver will be fixed soon.
339     </impo>
340    
341     <impo>
342     <b><c>(5)</c></b> IP28 Indigo2 Impact support (classified as an Indigo2 system
343     w/ an R10000 Processor) is <e><c>very experimental</c></e>. Most of the work
344     is currently being done by Peter Fuerst, and he maintains patches on his
345     website at <uri>http://home.alphastar.de/fuerst/download.html</uri>. This
346     kernel is <e><brite>NOT</brite></e> intended for stable, day-to-day use.
347     The Indigo2 IP28 system suffers from an issue known as <e>Speculative
348     Execution</e>, a feature of the R10000 Processor that is problematic on
349     machines that are <e>Non Cache Coherent</e>, such as the IP28 Indigo2
350     and on R10000/R12000-based IP32 O2 systems. Details on the nature of
351     Speculative Execution, and the issues it poses to the Indigo2 can be found
352     at the following URLs:
353     <br/>
354     1. MIPS R10000 Microprocessor User's Manual (See <c>PDF Pages 51-55</c>) -
355     <uri>http://techpubs.sgi.com/library/manuals/2000/007-2490-001/pdf/007-2490-001.pdf</uri>
356     <br/>
357     2.
358     Post to NetBSD sgimips Mailing List on 29 Jun 2000 -
359     <uri>http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-sgimips/2000/06/29/0006.html</uri>
360     </impo>
361    
362     <impo>
363     <b><c>(6)</c></b> The O2 RM7000 Processor support is limited in Linux currently,
364     as it requires a fairly recent kernel version (>2.6.7), and has several notable
365     issues. The first issue is a problem with scsi at the moment, making the
366     internal disks unusable at the current time. The Level 3 (Tertiary) Cache is
367     also disabled due to there being no support for this cache in the linux kernel.
368     <br /><br />
369     Please be aware that this note only applies to the official SGI RM7000 running
370     at 350MHz, not the 600MHz RM7000 that can be assembed using an RM5200 board.
371     These "modded" CPU modules for O2 systems are not supported/tested, although,
372     in theory, they should be functional, but may suffer from the same problems
373     listed above.
374     </impo>
375    
376     <impo>
377     <b><c>(7)</c></b> Octane support in Linux shoul be regarded as
378     <e><c>experimental</c></e>. Support for this particular machine from SGI has
379     been progressing quite well, and the Linux kernel functions reasonably well.
380     The current status for this system may be found here:
381     <uri>http://helios.et.put.poznan.pl/~sskowron/ip30/</uri>. Wider
382     support in Gentoo for this system will be available in the future, so watch
383     this space closely for more details.
384     </impo>
385    
386     <impo>
387     <b><c>(8)</c></b> The maximum amount of RAM supported in the Indy, Challenge S,
388     Indigo2 (not Power or Impact), and O2 systems is 256MB, due to no HIGHMEM
389     support the Linux kernel. Only a 64-bit kernel w/ HIGHMEM support can properly
390     detect RAM amounts greater than 256MB on these systems. However, do note that
391     using HIGHMEM does incur a performance hit, so it should only be used when
392     necessary.
393     </impo>
394    
395     <p>&#160;</p>
396 swift 1.1
397 swift 1.4 </body>
398     </section>
399     <section>
400     <title>Cobalt Microserver Systems</title>
401     <body>
402 swift 1.1
403     <table>
404 swift 1.4 <tr>
405     <th>Systems</th>
406     <th>CPU</th>
407     <th>Kernel Arch</th>
408     <th>Kernel Ver</th>
409     <th>Userland</th>
410     </tr>
411     <tr>
412     <ti><c>RaQ 1</c></ti>
413     <ti><c>RM5230/150MHz</c></ti>
414     <ti><c>mipsel</c>, <brite>mips64el</brite></ti>
415     <ti><c>2.4</c>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
416     <ti><c>o32</c>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
417     </tr>
418     <tr>
419     <ti>RaQ 2</ti>
420     <ti>RM5231/250MHz</ti>
421     <ti>mipsel, <brite>mips64el</brite></ti>
422     <ti>2.4, 2.6</ti>
423     <ti>o32, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
424     </tr>
425     <tr>
426     <ti><brite>Qube 2700 (a.k.a. Qube 1)</brite></ti>
427     <ti><brite>RM5230/150MHz</brite></ti>
428     <ti><brite>mipsel</brite>, <brite>mips64el</brite></ti>
429     <ti><brite>2.4</brite>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
430     <ti><brite>o32</brite>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
431     </tr>
432     <tr>
433     <ti>Qube 2800 (a.k.a. Qube 2)</ti>
434     <ti>RM5231/250MHz</ti>
435     <ti>mipsel, <brite>mips64el</brite></ti>
436     <ti>2.4, <c>2.6</c></ti>
437     <ti>o32, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
438     </tr>
439     <tr>
440     <ti><c>Seagate NASRaQ</c></ti>
441     <ti><c>RM5231/???</c></ti>
442     <ti><c>mipsel</c>, <brite>mips64el</brite></ti>
443     <ti><c>2.4</c>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
444     <ti><c>o32</c>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
445     </tr>
446     <tr>
447     <ti><c>Gateway Microserver</c></ti>
448     <ti><c>RM5231/???</c></ti>
449     <ti><c>mipsel</c>, <brite>mips64el</brite></ti>
450     <ti><c>2.4</c>, <brite>2.6</brite></ti>
451     <ti><c>o32</c>, <brite>n32</brite>, <brite>n64</brite></ti>
452     </tr>
453 swift 1.1 </table>
454    
455 swift 1.4 <impo>
456     Cobalt support is still in testing phases, and the documentation is incomplete
457     and has not yet been fully integrated into this guide, nor into the Gentoo
458     Handbook. Gentoo does run on these systems, and installation stages may be
459     found in the <c>experimental/mips</c> folder on your nearest mirror. Expect
460     many neat things for Cobalt machines in the coming months.
461     </impo>
462    
463 swift 1.1 <note>
464 swift 1.4 2.6 has been tested to boot on the Cobalt RaQ2 and Qube2 systems, however
465     booting this kernel requires the use of a new bootloader (called <c>colo</c>)
466     that can either replace the original Cobalt bootloader in the system's flash
467     chip, or the new boot loader can be <e>chain loaded</e>, or booted by the old
468     bootloader. Those interested in learning more about this new bootloader may
469     visit the webpage of its author, who also maintains several 2.4/2.6 patchsets
470     for these machines. The webpage can be found here:
471     <uri>http://www.colonel-panic.org/cobalt-mips/</uri>. This new bootloader is
472     available in the portage tree as <c>sys-boot/colo</c>.
473 swift 1.1 </note>
474    
475 swift 1.4 <p>&#160;</p>
476 swift 1.1
477     </body>
478     </section>
479     <section>
480 swift 1.4 <title>Other Notes</title>
481 swift 1.1 <body>
482    
483 swift 1.4 <note>
484     The Playstation 2 is a specialized MIPS system, using an R5900 MIPS processor
485     (EmotionEngine) manufactured by Toshiba. The support for this processor is
486     extremely limited, and only found in the development toolchains available in
487     the PS2 Linux Kit and via some patches available on the PS2 Linux Homepage.
488     There was a limited amount of work done on porting Gentoo to the PS2 Linux
489     Kit, however it is incomplete as of this writing. Those interested may visit
490     <uri>http://playstation2-linux.com/projects/gentoo-ps2/</uri> if they are
491     interested in assisting or completing the port. Additional information on
492     PS2 Compiler Toolchains can be found at <uri>http://www.ps2dev.org/</uri>.
493     </note>
494    
495     <note>
496     Gentoo/MIPS has also been installed on a SiByte BCM1250 Machine, a Big-endian,
497     dual-processor MIPS machine. Currently, only one person to date has done this,
498     but more people willing to test Gentoo on such hardware are welcomed to try
499     and report results.
500     </note>
501    
502     <p>&#160;</p>
503 swift 1.1
504     </body>
505     </section>
506     <section>
507 swift 1.4 <title>Minimum Recommended Requirements</title>
508 swift 1.1 <body>
509    
510     <ul>
511     <li>
512 swift 1.4 128MB RAM - More ram is better, as Gentoo currently uses the gcc-3.2.x and
513     greater versions of gcc. These versions of gcc tend to consume more memory
514     than their older 2.95.x counterparts, and on the merging of large packages,
515     anything less than 128MB of ram could make gcc fail to compile the package,
516     or mysteriously stop in the middle of compiliation. A recommended amount
517     of ram is 160MB.
518 swift 1.1 </li>
519     <li>
520 swift 1.4 9GB Hard Drive Space - 9GB is more or less the recommended minimum. It is
521     enough space to install Gentoo on and leaves extra space for daily
522     activities on the machine. Gentoo has been installed on smaller drives,
523     the smallest being a 3.2GB drive, but it does not leave alot of room for
524     much else.
525 swift 1.1 </li>
526     </ul>
527    
528 swift 1.4 <p>&#160;</p>
529    
530 swift 1.1 </body>
531     </section>
532     </chapter>
533     </guide>

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