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Re: Using pkgsrc with low RAM

Make sure the SIMM is FPM and double sided single banked. For 64MB would be 
same but single sided. 

If you want I could look for a part number. Right now tho I can't get to it 
it's buried under some other equipment that is busy working. 

On Apr 6, 2013, at 1:02 AM, James Stocks <stocksy%stocksy.co.uk@localhost> 

> On 4 Apr 2013, at 19:29, Hauke Fath 
> <hauke%Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE@localhost> wrote:
>> First and best thing you could do is probably looking for a 64 MB SIMM (I
>> don't know if 72 pin SIMMs ever came in 128 MB a piece). Borrowing from an
>> old Volkswagen saying, memory is irreplaceable, except by more memory.
> Thanks for the responses everyone.  I will take a punt on a 128 MB SIMM, 
> there are a few on eBay for not too much money.  Of course I will report any 
> success or failure.
> Incidentally, I'm really happy with how well NetBSD works on this old Mac, it 
> was the first BSD system I set up and it's been running NetBSD 2.0 since 
> around 2006.  Having half-forgotten about it since then, I finally did an 
> upgrade from 2.0 to 6.0.1 last weekend and it went really smoothly.  
> Impressive.
> James.

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