Subject: Re: port-mips is a mips-CPU list, not a MipsCo port
To: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
From: michael smith <email@example.com>
Date: 02/25/1997 22:35:48
Jonathan Stone wrote:
> This mailing list is about porting NetBSD to MIPS CPUs, and kernel
> support for MIPS cpus.
> It's *not* a list about ports to specific MipsCo hardware (e.g.,
> M/120, various Magnums).
... but obviously it's where people interested in this are going
to hang out. I think a modicum of such noise could be tolerated 8)
> That said, someone *is* working on a port to a Mips Magnum 3...
> I don't know how like a Magnum PC-50 that is.
> What *is* a Magnum PC-50?
No idea. But if there are people out there with an interest
in the older MipsCo hardware, I'd like to hear from them
_off_ this list. I have an M2000 that is crying for a better
Mike Smith *BSD hack Unix hardware collector
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