Subject: Re: seeking 68040 references
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Ken Nakata <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/02/1994 10:10:47
Date: Thu, 1 Dec 1994 16:35:52 -1000
From: email@example.com (mat)
At 6:40 PM 12/1/94, Eylon Caspi wrote:
> What is/are the essential references for the 68040 chip and 680x0
>family? And what might be a good place to get them? All I have right now
>is the "M68000 8/16/32-bit Microprocessor User's Manual," 6th Ed.
A couple that I refer to are Prentice-Hall's MC68020 Users Manual, Second
Edition", released under the Motorola brandname. Also, "Mastering the 68000
Microprocessor" Robinson, TAB #1886. 'Course, they're both kinda old.
You might also want _M68000 Programmer's Reference Manual_, and
_MC68040 User's Manual_ both of which I got directly from Motorola.
If I'm not mistaken, _M68000 8/16/32-bit ..._ only deals with MC68000,
MC68008, MC68010, and their CMOS variants and is almost useless if you
want to design an '040 based system or write an operating system for
it. But it may be of use (a little) if what you want to do is only to
write user programs.