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Re: About support for rtVAX300

Dave McGuire wrote:

> On 01/14/2013 08:29 AM, Toby Thain wrote:
> >>> The light at the end of the tunnel is still very small and dark to this
> >>> time..
> >>
> >> Actually, it looks to me as if you've gotten impressively far in a short
> >> time!  :)
> > 
> > I agree. Great work, Holm. It's happening fast enough that it's actually
> > exciting to watch.
>   I was just thinking the same thing. :-)  I may have to yank my
> rtVAX-300 off of this VME board (it's socketed) and put it on a piece of
> perfboard or something. :)
>               -Dave
> -- 
> New Kensington, PA

Why you would do that?
Look for that SCN2681 chip (below other ICs or below the rtVAX brick)
and trace the serial lines. (for sure there is such a beast).

..then apply power to that board, connectors should be easy to get,
even the pinout for the power lines at the bus.

BTW: for those that want to actual help me looking at the code,
I've mapped the entire build three with all the files I use to the
webserver jail (readonly nullfs).


This scn driver is at


the as driver from ragge for the dz is here:




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