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Linux on PowerPC. This is not another link site. It is a quick hack to post device-trees for
developer references. If you can supply a device-tree, please generate it with the gen-devtree.sh
script and send them gzip'ed to me.
You can find other device-trees (mostly Macs) at Iain's site over here
These trees are generated with a script I wrote. You can download it
here (gen-devtree.sh.gz). It relies heavy on
bash and sed, is very slow and uses the /proc/device-tree structure to generate its
output to stdout.
$ ./gen-devtree.sh > 270.html or $ ./gen-devtree.sh | gzip -c > 270.html.gz
|Device Trees - Mac|
|Power Tower Pro 200 (76k)||Power Tower Pro 200 (mac 9500 clone) with G3 upgrade|
|Walstreet I 1998 (128k)||Here is the device tree for the Walstreet I.|
|iMac 333MHz (144k)||Device tree for a iMac 333Mhz.|
|iMac DV 2000 (139k)||Here is the device tree for the iMac DV (Firewire but no DVD) released in Summer 2000, the only change to the default machine is 128 megs (instead of 64 megs).|
|Device Trees - RS/6000, pSeries|
|7043-140 (82k)||This is the devicetree of a 43P-140 (604e) running at 333MHz.|
|7044-270 (164k)||This is the devicetree of a 4-Way 270 (POWER3) with a 4 port ethernet adaptor. Thats why
there is another PCI bus (0x41) resident at the 2nd bus. Memory size is 1 GB.
More general information can be found at IBMs 270 site.
|7043-150 (124k)||This is from a RS/6000 150, which is a single 604e based box. It is
basically the same as the B50, except that it has more PCI slots.
More general information can be found at IBMs 150 site.
|7046-B50 (120k)||This is from a RS/6000 B50, which is a single 604e based box.
More general information can be found at IBMs B50 site.
|7025-F50 (168k)||This is from a RS/6000 F50, which is a 4-Way 604r. It has 3 PCI buses and
a lot of drives and controllers.
More general information can be found at IBMs F50 site.
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