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Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby kyle123 » Wed Aug 06, 2008 10:41 pm

I have a SGI Indy with a Nintendo Ultra64 GIO board. It does not have the adapters for the joysticks. The Indy does have cpu/mem/hd, and the HD does have some data on it that was untouched from when this Indy was last in use with the Ultra64, but I make no promises of what's there(plus, I think the juicy stuff was previously on a nfs mount anyway..).

Well, Im selling this - PM me offers. I prefer local pickup(NJ), but I can ship this(do your own research please if you are outside of the USA for shipping, and then link me to the quote and Ill confirm the shipping price).
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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby emachine » Fri Aug 08, 2008 9:05 pm

PM sent.

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Unread postby N64 freak » Sat Aug 09, 2008 2:32 am

PM sent :D

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby kyle123 » Sat Aug 09, 2008 12:52 pm

I went ahead and logged into it, and I havent done anything day to day with irix in a very long time..so bare with me. Below is a snippet from SYSLOG and also a pic of some output from the board and a demo that I compiled(topgun) and loaded up onto the u64 board(via /usr/sbin/gload /usr/src/PR/demos/topgun/rom).

iris 69# grep u64 /var/adm/SYSLOG
Aug 9 11:35:26 2A:iris unix: u64: board found at address 0xbf400000

It doesnt show up in hinv, but if someone knows how, let me know(I tried hinv -d u64 and I got nada). I do have this in the /dev dir:

iris 70# ls /dev/u6*
/dev/u64 /dev/u64_debug /dev/u64_kdebug /dev/u64_print
/dev/u64_data /dev/u64_fault /dev/u64_logging /dev/u64_profile

iris 206# ./u64ide
Welcome to ide (rev. n64os-mdev2 9907231020)
ide>> si
INFO: Starting test si ...
INFO: --- starting subtest SI register test (1)
INFO: ULTRA64 Development System Ready: RCP v2.0
INFO: --- subtest SI register test PASSED
INFO: --- starting subtest SI I/O read/write test (2)
INFO: ULTRA64 Development System Ready: RCP v2.0
INFO: --- subtest SI I/O read/write test PASSED
INFO: ... test si PASSED
ide>>
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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby yuckymucky » Wed Aug 13, 2008 9:14 pm

This looks to be the same machine from this eBay auction: http://cgi.ebay.com/N64-Dev-Ultra64-SGI ... dZViewItem

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby RageX » Mon Aug 18, 2008 8:49 pm

What version of IRIX is the system running? I still don't have my dev system up and running because I'm too lazy to figure out what version of IRIX you need ... I know it doesn't work on IRIX 6.5.

Also, for the love of god, before you mess around with it, back up the disk for future generations.

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby kammedo » Wed Aug 20, 2008 12:56 am

The u64 board doesn't show up in hinv as far as I know.

RageX wrote:What version of IRIX is the system running? I still don't have my dev system up and running because I'm too lazy to figure out what version of IRIX you need ... I know it doesn't work on IRIX 6.5.

Also, for the love of god, before you mess around with it, back up the disk for future generations.


Irix 5.3 is the default that I have it on. As far as my knowledge goes, it is supported up to IRIX 6.1. But im not 100% sure about that.

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Unread postby jan-jaap » Wed Aug 20, 2008 1:40 am

kammedo wrote:As far as my knowledge goes, it is supported up to IRIX 6.1. But im not 100% sure about that.

IRIX 6.1 was only for R8000 Power Challenge/Onyx and Power Indigo2. IRIX 6.2 was an all-platform release again.
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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby kammedo » Wed Aug 20, 2008 3:50 am

jan-jaap wrote:
kammedo wrote:As far as my knowledge goes, it is supported up to IRIX 6.1. But im not 100% sure about that.

IRIX 6.1 was only for R8000 Power Challenge/Onyx and Power Indigo2. IRIX 6.2 was an all-platform release again.


So it should be 6.2. Thanks :D

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby kyle123 » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:12 am

RageX wrote:What version of IRIX is the system running? I still don't have my dev system up and running because I'm too lazy to figure out what version of IRIX you need ... I know it doesn't work on IRIX 6.5.

Also, for the love of god, before you mess around with it, back up the disk for future generations.


I have irix 5.3 on it. I didnt read through the documentation, but the install is easy and it took me a minute to figure usage of some of the commands. I then went ahead and compiled some of the demos and loaded them onto the devboard(using the standard n64 AV cable connected to a old ass commodore monitor). I have the original hd for the unit, with code, etc..and a new hd I put on it which is what is shown in the pics(so nothing special than installing IRIX 5.3, the devkit and IDO and I was able to compile and run demo roms off of the u64). The original HD also has IRIX 5.x on it(Im not sure if it was 5.3 or 5.2, but 5.3 works, so try that).

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby kyle123 » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:15 am

yuckymucky wrote:This looks to be the same machine from this eBay auction: http://cgi.ebay.com/N64-Dev-Ultra64-SGI ... dZViewItem


Yep, it was. I had to kill the auction as I was getting way too many questions about it(I would wake up and have dozens of ebay emails notfying me of new questions), and I thought I was thorough in the description with it. It got to the point where it just became frustrating trying to respond to all of the messages.

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby tillin9 » Sun Nov 09, 2008 6:56 pm

As a Mupen64Plus (OSS N64 emulator) dev, I'd love to get my hands on this. I already have the lower-end N64 dev kit (for compiling N64 roms on Windows) which is how we can compile our own demo roms.

Any chance you'd be interested in a trade for anything? (I have Octane2, O2, Indigo, and lots of fibre channel stuff)

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby pentium » Sun Nov 09, 2008 9:21 pm

I don't think it is still for sale. :/
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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby kyle123 » Wed Nov 19, 2008 10:35 pm

tillin9 wrote:As a Mupen64Plus (OSS N64 emulator) dev, I'd love to get my hands on this. I already have the lower-end N64 dev kit (for compiling N64 roms on Windows) which is how we can compile our own demo roms.

Any chance you'd be interested in a trade for anything? (I have Octane2, O2, Indigo, and lots of fibre channel stuff)


I would trade it, but not for Octane2/O2/Indigo* - I have many of each. Also, we are within driving distance. Im not sure what's a good trade, but these are things I would be interested in(+/- cash if needed):

Onyx, Onyx2(or a modified Origin2k)

Disk array with 1TB usable, raid protection, redundant power. Drive type doesnt really matter, but order of prefs: FC, SATA, SAS, SCSI, EIDE(what they call PATA now?).

Otherwise cash works, but I don't need to hear any sob stories or excuses why payment can't be until some date in the future, etc.

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Re: Forsale: SGI Indy with Ultra64 (nintendo dev) board

Unread postby MindChild » Thu Nov 27, 2008 10:58 am

I am very seriously interested. We can do cash or a trade (I have plenty of the kind of hardware you seem interested in). I am a long time, reputable member of assembler forums (http://www.assemblergames.com ... they sent me here).

I will send this as P.M. also, just in case this thread is forgotten. Thank you, I appreciate it.


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