Subject: Re: Samsung Boards
To: Paul H. Anderson <>
From: Heiko W.Rupp <>
List: port-alpha
Date: 04/03/1998 14:47:01
On Fri, Mar 27, 1998 at 11:25:44AM -0500, Paul H. Anderson wrote:
> has more alpha info under their alpha

Yeah, right.

> Samsung boards is because I don't see any obvious place to get the SRM
> flash code from. 

Why does NetBSD need the SRM console? Or in other words: when
many/most boards nowadays come with ARM(?) console, why then not take
the code from Lin*x AXP to support this. NetBSD alpha was/is far ahead
LAXP, but ...

> The UX is pretty nice because it has 6 PCI slots (the picture I'm looking
> at shows 1 64 bit, and 5 32 bit slots, rats), and 6 DIMM slots.  I was

And SCSI/Ethernet on board :)

> hoping for at least 4 64 bit slots, so I could put 4 gigabit ethernet
> cards in - oh well. 

Oh. Perhaps the next boards that support the 1GHZ CPU ;)

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