Subject: Re: See NetBSD in Action (well, not yet ;)
To: Todd Whitesel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Maxwell <email@example.com>
Date: 11/17/1999 11:12:00
On Wed, Nov 17, 1999 at 03:52:56AM -0800, Todd Whitesel wrote:
> > I need to generate an updated picture. Right now there's:
> > - ppro/200 > > - ppro/200 > > - hp300 > > - ds5000/133
> > - Mac Q700 > > - Shark > > - Alpha > > - Sun 4/690
> > - Sun 3/80 > > - mvme167 > > - vax server 3100 > > - pc532
> > - amiga 2500 > > - Next slab >
Ok, but you're both listing multiple x86s, and in this list, even
identical CPUs. Is this for most ports, or most machines?
And to qualify, do they need to be in one room, or one house?
- 1 * Sun3 (3/260)
- 2 * Sparc ( 1, 10)
- 3 * Amiga (2000/2500 - and 6 others not NetBSD capable)
- 1 * Mac68k (575 LC040)
- 6 * i386 (from 486 - PII-266)
- 1 * m88k (quad 88100 - coming soon)
PS. Anyone have a cheap next/alpha/atari/ppc? ;-)
David Maxwell, firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com -->
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