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3.1. CPU

3.1.1. 4xx

http://www.borg.umn.edu/~grant/Linux/

3.1.2. IBM 405GP

http://www-3.ibm.com/chips/techlib/techlib.nsf/products/PowerPC_405GP_Embedded_Processor, and [[http://www.chips.ibm.com/products/powerpc/linux/

3.1.3. 7xx

and [[http://www.chips.ibm.com/products/powerpc/linux/

These devices are all covered in the MontaVista? kernel.

3.1.4. Motorola 8xx

http://e-www.motorola.com/webapp/sps/prod_cat/sel_guide.jsp?catId=M98655

Information from Motorola is fragmented, because the 850/860 and 823 are handled by different groups. Information about the bits they have in common is generally equally applicable to both, so it's worth perusing the 823 resources even if you're using an 850/860.

These devices are all covered in the MontaVistakernel.

3.1.4.1. 823

See the 823 Engineer's Toolbox at: http://www.motorola.com/SPS/ADC/pps/subpgs/etoolbox/823/index.html

3.1.4.2. 850/855/860

http://www.motorola.com/SPS/RISC/cgi-bin/ncsp/ncsp.cgi

3.1.5. 603e

See: ftp://vlab1.iram.es/pub/linux-2.2/

3.1.6. Motorola 82xx

See http://www.mvista.com/

3.1.6.1. 8240

See ftp://ftp.mvista.com/pub/Area51/sandpoint-8240

3.1.6.2. 8260

See: and [[http://lists.linuxppc.org/listarcs/linuxppc-embedded/200008/msg00107.html

3.1.7. AltiVec?

AltiVec? is Motorola's answer to Intel's MMX. See http://www.altivec.com/

See ftp://ftp.mvista.com/pub/Area51/ppc-altivec

3. Target Hardware 1. Introduction 3.2. RAM and ROM space
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