OpenBSD creator Theo de Raadt recently announced that support for the SGI O2 architecture was soon going to be imported, primarily in an effort to hunt down and fix bugs in the OpenBSD codebase.
OpenBSD: Adding SGI O2 Architecture Support
2004-08-05 OpenBSD 4 Comments
Well, if they get the framebuffer working, I’ll voulenteer to try it
(The NetBSD port requires some serial meddling, and the linux port is hard information about, or indeed any proof that it still lives.)
That should read “hard to find any information”.
well, to my knowledge the O2 Linux is very well alive and
the work on improving its support and bringing different architectures (O2k, I2 etc) is underway…
the thing is i run Linux on an O2 machine myself…
btw wrt the O2 Linux info i`d suggest some of the following urls:
hope this helps 🙂