Re: Wyse Winterm running Linux?
From: John Thompson (john_at_vector.os2.dhs.org)
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 23:05:08 GMT
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On 2005-06-23, lobotomy <email@example.com> wrote:
> In <firstname.lastname@example.org>, newsbot
>> I recently came by a Wyse Winterm box that I am wondering if it's possible
>> to run Linux on.
> There are a whole bunch of different models of these things, and to know
> if you can run Linux on it you need to know what kind of processor it has.
> Some of the newer ones (according to a quick google search) are actually
> running embedded Linux already, while others I think use MMU-less i960 or
> MIPS chips that would never be able to run full Linux.
Wyse makes a couple models that come with linux:
Winterm S50 (Linux): http://www.wyse.com/products/winterm/S50/index.htm
Winterm 5150SE (Linux): http://www.wyse.com/products/winterm/5150SE/index.htm
BTW, Debian has a MIPS port available; I ran it on an SGI Indy for a
-- John (email@example.com)