Subject: RE: What is a HP Visualize B160L?
To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org ' <email@example.com>
From: Eichert, Diana <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/19/2002 20:45:58
I'm not sure there's support for systems with a PCI bus.
I have a B132L+ that's sitting here waiting to have an
O/S installed on it.
At $50 it's worth buying, worst case you can run the
Penguin O/S on it until NetBSD supports it. I'd be
interested in getting one of those $50 units if they
work and there are any more available.
From: Michael Shalayeff
To: Jeremy C. Reed
Sent: 12/19/2002 7:57 PM
Subject: Re: What is a HP Visualize B160L?
Making, drinking tea and reading an opus magnum from Jeremy C. Reed:
> Does anyone know if NetBSD supports the HP Visualize B160L
> Google isn't helping me. I do read that it has PA1.1 or PA7300LC CPU.
> I think they are from around 1997.
7300LC _is_ pa1.1 , 160MHz in this case, 64k+64k caches and
maybe optional 1M L2 cache, 1 gsc/pci, 1 gsc/pci/eisa slot.
it should have the same if_ie and osiop, just like the older ones.
onboard video, etc.
> I found some for sale near me with 256 MB ram and 12 GB disk for
if it works, that's mad cheap for it, imho.