Subject: Re: uVax 4000
To: None <port-vax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Kevin McQuiggin <email@example.com>
Date: 09/30/1996 08:34:34
>Date: Mon, 30 Sep 1996 08:33:51 -0700
>To: Dave McGuire <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>From: Kevin McQuiggin <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: uVax 4000
>Thanks for the info. What's a VUPS unit? I've heard of mips, flops, etc but
never VUPS. Some DEC idiosyncracy?
>Hope it isn't a dumb question,
>At 04:26 AM 96.09.30 -0400, you wrote:
>>On September 29, you wrote:
>>> A friend and I have a chance to get possibly five Microvax 4000s. With the
>>> recent discussion on uVax models, etc, I wonder where the 4000 would fit in.
>>> I'm not sure on which CPU board it was based.
>>> Will it be able to run NetBSD/VAX? Is anybody running a 4000?
>> Attached is all the info I have on the 4000 series. I doubt any of
>>them will run NetBSD/vax yet, but it shouldn't be very difficult to
>>make it happen. I have a 4000/200 cpu sitting in a static bag
>>waiting. :) I'd suggest you go ahead and grab them...I sure would,
>>if given the chance. If you want to part with one, drop me a note. :)
>>Model Speed in VUPS
>>VAX 4000 model 300 8
>>VAX 4000 model 400 16
>>VAX 4000 model 500 24
>>VAX 4000 model 100 24
>>VAX 4000 model 200 5
>>VAX 4000 model 600 32
>>VAXstation 4000 VLC model 30 5.5
>>VAXstation 4000 model 90 32
>> -Dave McGuire
Kevin McQuiggin VE7ZD