Yeah that is slightly out-of-date... check out the linux-mips mailing list
... there may be a lot more work gone into getting it working of late ...
I remember people talking about it on the list not so long ago ..
On Fri, 22 Mar 2002, Ewan McDonell wrote:
>> On Friday 22 Mar 2002 12:16 pm, you wrote:
>> > Ah, it looks better than a Dyson then!!
> > Will Linux run on it?
>>> Not according to the Linux/MIPS howto at
>http://oss.sgi.com/mips/mips-howto.html>> It states therein:
> Silicon Graphics Indigo
>> This machine is only being mentioned here because people have occasionally
> confused it with Indys or the Indigo 2. The Indigo is a different R3000-based
> architecture however, and is yet unsupported.
> Ewan McDonell
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