[parisc-linux] HIL status

Alex deVries adevries@thepuffingroup.com
Thu, 11 Nov 1999 02:22:03 -0500 (EST)

Alex deVries wrote:
|On Wed, 10 Nov 1999, Matthew Wilcox wrote:
|> On Wed, Nov 10, 1999 at 04:03:39AM -0500, Alex deVries wrote:
|> > 
|> > Having ASP interrupts working will enable a lot of different boxes to be
|> > supported, mostly 715s.  I have a /50, /75 and probably /100 to test on.
|> The /50 and /75 are also Scorpio machines.  The /100 is either a Mirage or
|> a Turnip.  As such, I don't know if it has ASP.
|I'm pretty sure that all 715s have ASP in them.
|This is easily checked though...
|- alex

715/33, 715/50, and 715/75 have ASP.  Boxes are codename "Scorpio",
and use the T-bird (PA7100) CPU.
The 725/50 and 725/75 (if they exist) are similar.

715/64, 715/80, and 715/100 DO NOT have ASP.  They use LASI, have
the "Hummingbird" (PA7100LC) CPU, and use the GSC/HSC bus.
Boxes are codenamed "Mirage".  These are very similar to 712s,
and the 725/100 and 715/100 are virtually identical, except for
the form factor and number of slots.

WHile sharing the sma emodel number, and plastic case, the two
computers are completely different, and share virtually no parts.