Subject: Re: Info on HP9000/340?
To: Mauricio Tavares <email@example.com>
From: Herb Peyerl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/13/1996 22:57:35
email@example.com (Mauricio Tavares) wrote:
> There is a chance I may lay my hands in a HP9000/340. Can anyone
> help me with the specs of this beast? For instance, does it have
> ether/SCSI? Also, how good would it be as a NetBSD machine?
I have a bunch that don't have scsi and I currently have one booted
diskless being an lpd server and it works just fine... I ran X on
one once and it 'worked' but wasn't going to win any prizes for lightning
SCSI is an option on these things. Generally a card that plugs into the
one and only DIO slot. Sometimes you'll find a GPIO card in that slot
that looks suspiciously like a SCSI card but don't let that fool you,
cuz it's not a SCSI card. :-)
Ethernet is always there though.
NetBSD 1.0A (GENERIC) #88: Thu Nov 30 14:45:47 PST 1995
HP9000/340 (16.67MHz MC68030 CPU+MMU, 16.67MHz MC68882 FPU)
real mem = 16769024
avail mem = 12533760
using 409 buffers containing 1675264 bytes of memory
dma0: 98620C, 2 channels, 32 bit
grf0 at addr 0x560000: 1024 x 768 monochrome topcat display
hpib0 at scode7 ipl 3: Internal HP-IB
ppi0 at hpib0 slave 5
dca0 at scode9 ipl 5 flags 0x1: no fifo
le0 at scode21 ipl 5: hardware address 08:00:09:05:05:ef
root on le0
nfs_boot: using network interface 'le0'
root on cloaca:/usr/local/etc/diskless_root
swap on cloaca:/usr/local/etc/diskless_root/swap