We can't forget the Ti-92 also, it uses the m68k. :) Though, in all seriousness I would like to try to get linux running on my Ti-92 once I get a little more familiar with the linux kernel. I imagine it shouldn't be too hard even though it doesn't have an mmu since it's basically an embedded system(calculator) that has only one set of hardware parameters possible.
On Sun, Mar 05, 2000 at 10:36:00AM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 05, 2000 at 01:46:09PM +0100, David Weinehall wrote:
> > Now what I see is missing would be:
> > - Whatever processor VAX:en use
> that's the VAX cpu :-)
> > - 88k
> i need to get some hardware... more to the point, i need to finish the
> parisc port first :-)
> > - Crays (the non-vector models; I suspect that Linux doesn't
> > would be very suitable on a vector-machine. But I could
> > be wrong)
> i heard they don't have an MMU. ucLinux on a Cray, baby! I've heard
> people talking about merging ucLinux into 2.5, but they're crazy people.
> > - AS/400 (something akin to the S/390 port; a virtual machine
> > is needed because of the lack of memory protection in
> > hardware)
> > Have I missed something out?!
> AT&T's Hobbit processor. Matsushita's MN10300. Fujitsu FR30. Sun MAJC.
> Notional Semidestructors 32016. Jeff Dike's usermode port. Linux/L4.
> mkLinux. There are some m68k machines which aren't included yet like
> sun3, next and apollo DN. pc532 (see www.netbsd.org). The i860 and i960.
> Transputers. Sun's 386-based workstations. Sequent SMP machines.
> Pyramid. IBM Romp. Sony NEWS.
> you missed a few :-)
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