On Sat, Nov 24, 2001 at 01:03:13AM +0000, Ian Molton wrote:
> Im wondering... does anyone have information on the care and feeding of
> Decstation4000s ?
> I have a DecStation 4000 (mips based, IIRC), which I would LOVE to run
> Linux on.
> It has no internal OS AFAICT, although it has a SCSI HDD, and some sort of
> It used to boot over a network.
> what do I need to do to make it boot linux?
Short answer: kernel hacking.
You might want to subscribe to email@example.com and visit
irc.openprojects.net #mipslinux, which are more appropriate fora for
this. There is also a site dedicated to Linux on DecStations at
which distributes a port of 2.2.x to DecStations. It makes no reference
to DecStation 4000's so you may well be faced with porting it yourself.
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