Subject: Re: ddb; how about adb?
To: Mark Davies <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 02/26/2002 10:09:47
In message <200202261202.g1QC2Rb14792@city-art.mcs.vuw.ac.nz>Mark Davies writes
>In message <200202251635.g1PGZwP30678@Gregorio.Stanford.EDU> Jonathan Stone
>> ... but don't ask for a 90x NetBSD port unless you have docs, both
>> architecture manuals, and the docs for the Multibus(/whatever) adaptors, OK?
>Jonathan don't you have your copies any more? We still have the door of the
>90x and one day we might even wire up the little "Cylon" light panel to
>something that will drive it.
Nope, I never had copies. (I seem to remember I burnt out a couple of
90x CPU boards whilst reverse-engineering the instruction set and porting gcc.)
I wonder who'd even have Pyramids in running order. Too far gone even
for our retrocomputing crowd?