Debian on an MIA Teron PX?
Strange little beast, this one. Seems like it's a PREP device, but I
can't boot anything except the Yellow Dog Linux kernel that's in the
flash. Looks like uboot 0.1, but maybe it's ppcboot? I've tried
downloading the binary image of the debian boot disk, but I can't get it
to run when I start executing at the recommended address.
I'd be glad to pay someone a quarter for a clue. It's not as simple as
it being a CHRP platform, is it?? I suppose I'll try that in the
(BTW, I've got Debian running on a couple of x86 machines, and a bunch
of Motorola Powerstacks, so I'm not a complete newbie...)
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Re: Debian on an MIA Teron PX?
Steve Reinhardt wrote:
> I'd be glad to pay someone a quarter for a clue. It's not as simple as
> it being a CHRP platform, is it?? I suppose I'll try that in the
The hardware is closer to CHRP, but it really is neither PReP or CHRP
due to the U-Boot (i.e. non-IEEE1275) firmware.
You may want to try [url]http://sourceforge.net/projects/amigaone-linux/[/url] for
something more specific to this board.
John W. Linville