Subject: Re: Booting! (Was: not boot for you! (Was: Re: HD size & NWS-3710))
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Izumi Tsutsui <email@example.com>
Date: 01/12/2004 16:32:53
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Ok, it turned out all that was wrong was a bad (discharged?)
> NVRAM. I had a new one I bought for one of my Sun SS2s and placed it
> in the machine:
Yes, news machines uses the same NVRAM with sun4c machines (MK48T02).
There are some descriptions in NetBSD/news68k FAQ
but, umm, we also have to have NetBSD/newsmips FAQ...
(volunteers appreciated :-)
> Now, I do have a question: it seems the CPU is the same as the one
> used in a DEC5000, like my 5000/25. How fast is the CPU?
It's R3000/25MHz and IMHO it is not so fast.
I haven't tried dhrystone (or other benchmarks),
but it looks as same as SPARCstation1+ (L64801/25MHz),
and slower than HP 9000/382 (M68040/25MHz).
Of course, it's much faster than NWS-1750 (M68030/25MHz) :-)
Anyway, I'd suggest you adding more momory for your newsmips.