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Version 77 (modified by Jakub Jermář, 6 years ago) (diff)

Our Lab

This page lists the hardware which is available for testing HelenOS and is within the reach of some HelenOS developer. For hardware which we don't have, but would like to have, please go to our Wanted page.

Per processor architecture

Architecture Product name HelenOS contact Current status Working release Comments
bullet_green.gif amd64/ia32 AMD Phenom Triple, ASUSTeK M3N WS, 2GiB RAM MD working mainline (r996) #248, (2)
bullet_yellow.gif amd64/ia32 Apple Mac Mini (Mid 2011), 4GiB RAM MD partially working mainline (r1308) #248
bullet_yellow.gif amd64/ia32 Apple Mac Pro 4.1 (Early 2009), 3GiB RAM MD partially working mainline (r992) #248, (4)
bullet_green.gif amd64/ia32 Intel Core 2 Quad (2x), Intel S5000XVNSATAR, 4GiB RAM MD working mainline (r992)
bullet_green.gif arm32 Neo FreeRunner, 128MiB RAM JS, JJ, VP working mainline HelenOS on Neo FreeRunner
bullet_black.gif arm32 HP iPAQ H5500 MD unsupported
bullet_green.gif ia32 ThinkPad T60, 1GiB RAM MD working mainline (r992)
bullet_grey.gif ia32 Intel Pentium 4 (HT), 1GiB RAM JJ unknown 0.2.0
bullet_green.gif ia32 Intel Pentium Dual-Core CPU E5200, Fujitsu Esprimo P2540, 3GiB RAM JJ working mainline (2)
bullet_yellow.gif ia32 AMD Phenom II X6 1090T, 8GiB RAM JJ partially working mainline
bullet_yellow.gif ia64 Dell PowerEdge 3250, 4GiB RAM JJ, JV partially working 0.4.0 (4), Service Tag: CMN8W31, lshw -numeric, lsusb -v
bullet_green.gif ia64 Dell PowerEdge 7150, 4GiB RAM MD working mainline (r1000)
bullet_black.gif mips32 Ben NanoNote, 16MiB RAM MD unsupported
bullet_black.gif mips64 Sgi Octane (IP30), 256MiB RAM MD unsupported
bullet_black.gif mips64 Lemote Fuloong, 256MiB RAM MD unsupported
bullet_grey.gif ppc32 Apple iBook G4 (Mid 2005), 1GiB RAM JJ unknown 0.4.1 Seems to be dead
bullet_green.gif ppc32 Apple iMac G4 (Flat Panel), 384MiB RAM MD working mainline (r992) (4)
bullet_black.gif ppc64 Apple iMac G5 (Ambient Light Sensor), 768MiB RAM MD unsupported
bullet_black.gif sparc32 LEON3 on Hpe-mini LEC2 FPGA board, 256MiB RAM MD unsupported
bullet_green.gif sparc64 Sun Ultra 60, 256MiB RAM MD working mainline (r1388)
bullet_green.gif sparc64 Sun Ultra 5, 128MiB RAM JJ working mainline (r1046)
bullet_yellow.gif sparc64 Sun Ultra 60, 2048MiB RAM JJ partially working mainline (r1046) (5) (6), #4
bullet_red.gif sparc64 Sun SPARC Enterprise T1000, 4GiB RAM MD not working 0.4.2 #324, prtconf -pv
bullet_grey.gif sparc64 Sun Fire V100, 256MiB RAM JJ unknown
bullet_grey.gif sparc64 Sun Fire V120, 256MiB RAM MD unknown
bullet_grey.gif sparc64 Sun Fire V240, 512MiB RAM JJ unknown

Comments

  1. Too slow clock in absence of any load. When multiple tester loop1 instances ran, clock seemed to be OK.
  1. Boots OK, but unusable due to USB-only HID.
  2. Loader detected only 1024MiB of memory when in reality the system has 2048MiB
  3. When the system has two graphic cards, the last message printed by loader is Setting up screens…; if only one graphic card is present, the system boot fine

Legend of the Working release field

  • mainline (revision) = HelenOS is being regularly tested on the given machine as part of the current development efforts, thus the machine should be supported in the next stable release. The latest mainline Bazaar revision should be appended in the brackets.
  • none = HelenOS was never actually tested on the given machine, but it is reasonable to believe that the probability of HelenOS working flawlessly on the machine is high (due to similarity to other supported machines).
  • unsupported = The given machine is currently unsupported because of some fundamental reason (i.e. the hardware architecture is out of the scope of the current HelenOS development efforts).
  • specific version = HelenOS did support the given machine in the past, but the support has been since broken, usually due to some fundamental changes which were not debugged on the given machine so far.

Legend of the Current status field

  • working (bullet_green.gif) = Almost all features of the indicated release are supported on the machine.
  • partially working (bullet_yellow.gif) = The indicated release is more-or-less supported on the machine, but with some glitches or limitations indicated.
  • unknown (bullet_grey.gif) = The machine was working in the release indicated, but it has not been tested for a while.
  • not working (bullet_red.gif) = Although the machine should be supported, it has some major problems.
  • empty status (bullet_black.gif) = Unsupported machine.