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On Mon, 1 Dec 2008, Hauke Fath wrote:
At 9:57 Uhr +0000 01.12.2008, David Brownlee wrote:
It would be good to confirm if anyone has installed and tested under any
reasonable load current on another m68k platform - to see if this is a
general m68k issue or atari specific....
Anyone want to speak up? :)
I have a netbsd-5 installation here on a Quadra 650 that has been pretty
stable for a month or so. If that is not enough, I can drop in a -current
kernel and see how it goes.
Thats a SCSI system? Thats probably perfect as a comparison
with the TT030, though the Falcon is an IDE system so would
be good to find someone with an IDE system to compare.
If I recall mac68k has some relatively wacky interrupt setup
and handling due to the nubus and the variety of models, but
its good that we have at least one working m68k port to
provide a reference.
If we can work out when atari stopped working (which is sometime
post 3.0), maybe some of the changes to mac68k after that point
may give a clue...
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