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Re: About support for rtVAX300
> Holm Tiffe [holm%freibergnet.de@localhost] wrote:
> > Du you really think that the KA650 is the best decision here?
> > I'm hacking around for some time with the ka410 as basis wich
> > is also an CVAX but w/o Lance and QBUS but with something
> > calles vsbus and a SGEC..
> I know nothing about NetBSD but ...
> KA410 is the hardware for the MicroVAX 2000/VAXstation 2000 which is
> based on
> the 78032 chip, which is the same chip as the MicroVAX II (KA630).
> Your rtVAX 300 is based on the CVAX, which is a KA650 (and was used in
> the MicroVAX 3600 IIRC).
Right...hmm.. proably I got confused a little. KA42A and B are the right
CPUs. an I had them in my Kernel config before..
Ok, easy to change.
> Whether KA650 is the best choice or not I leave in the hands of others
> familiar with NetBSD (but if Ragge says it's a good place to start, then
> it probably is).
It's not that I'm not trusting Ragge, and the way with the polled console
is the easiest, but what should I do with that QBIC and Lance stuff?
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