Subject: Re: '040
To: Ken Nakata <>
From: Allen `Tell me three times' Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 09/05/1994 16:01:27
> Just for clarification, are there any chance for MacBSD to run on
> machines that are currently supported, with an 040 accelerator?
> If it is the case, I might consider buying a 68LC040 accelerator
> (no, not 68040, I mean LC...)

There is a _chance_.  I wouldn't give it very high odds at this point,
though, as the '040 code is known to work only well enough to get me to
the SCSI bus probe.  As for the LC, I forget--is that the FPU-less?
How is it crippled?


Allen Briggs - end killing - ** MacBSD == NetBSD/Mac **
 "We'll call you when you're 6 years old and drag you to the factory to drain
  your brain for 18 years with promise of security, but then you're free
  and 40 years you waste to chase the dollar sign so you may die in Florida"