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plymouth vs. gaea

The 4000 software uses the terms 'plymouth' and 'gaea' both, and it hasn't been very clue what the differences are. The 4000 board itself is labelled "GAEA".

There's a hardware test routine that first magically decides whether it's running on plymouth or gaea, and then checks for:



So it looks like the Plymouth architecture is a somewhat more general hardware platform, with more PCI slots -- maybe the TeraLogic? reference board, for development purposes, or maybe a generalized 4000 architecture for licensing?

According to the PCI ID database at (anyone know of other good ones?):

Are those plug-in encryption/authorization/security cards satellite receivers take CardBus?/PCMCIA cards?

-- ToddLarason - 24 May 2002

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