Subject: Re: None
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: kevin (k.) currie <email@example.com>
Date: 12/04/1995 08:50:00
In message "None", firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> >>>>> "John" == John Shardlow <email@example.com> writes:
> John> Hi firstname.lastname@example.org In
> John> <email@example.com> you wrote:
> >> Actually, the timeline for Sun was: Sun1 and Sun2 (68000) then
> >> Sun3 (68020 and a few 030). Then Sun made some i386 boxes. Then
> >> Sun4 (sparc).
> John> How did they run Unix on a 68000 processor? Did it have no
> John> virtual memory? If so maybe old versions of SunOS could run on
> John> any Amiga?
> No such luck. They had some form of MMU on it. The 68000 was
> designed to run things like unix. The innovation of the 68020 was to
> more tightly couple the MMU to the CPU. However, there is nothing
> stopping you from inventing an MMU for any CPU. At any rate, the
> Amiga doesn't have one. ^^^
Which Amiga is that?
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