Here you will find information on the current state of the development
effort. It will be updated periodically and will give you a
snapshot of the current state of Linux on the PA-RISC. For more information
on the current state of the PA-RISC project see Weekly Reports and
check out our list of Contributors.
Current To Do List
2000 To Do Archive
1999 To Do Archive
1999 TO DO ARCHIVE
December 31st, 1999
October 7, 1999
- LASI Serial driver
- HIL keyboard driver (Matthew)
- PS/2 LASI keyboard driver (Philipp)
- Extensive MM work (Philipp)
- LASI Sound (Philipp)
The following is a list of what has been accomplished in the PA-RISC
Linux project over the past few months:
June 25, 1999
- interrupt handling now works
- the start of Virtual Memory has been completed
- hardware discovery through PDC works
- PCI bus walking with the Dino contoller is functional
- IO and MMIO space for the Dino PCI bus has been started
- we've moved to kernel version 2.2.13 as our base
- a shell loads and dies
May 1, 1999
- The kernel boots and promptly dies after displaying version information.
- The kernel builds! Work begins on getting the kernel to boot using a modified boot loader.
- Jason Eckhardt gets the boot loader working. Work starts on modifying the kernel for elementary parisc support.
- Martin Petersen, Alex deVries and Christopher Beard dream up the project at Atlanta Linux Showcase.