To: Jonathan Stone <email@example.com>
From: Simon Burge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/05/1998 15:50:30
On Wed, 04 Feb 1998 14:09:31 -0800 Jonathan Stone wrote:
> Michael Hitch reports that changing the DELAY(100) in
> lk201.c to DELAY(1000) fixes the mouse on a 3100; in fact,
> DELAY(150 works on a 3100. Thanks, Michael.
> I'd like to get this nailed and into the upcoming patch release.
> Is there a brave soul who can try a new kernel on a 2100, and verify
> that DELAY(150) also works on a 2100? It should be, if the linear
> fitting of the cpuspeed multipliers is accurate, but it'd be great to
> get this nailed now rather than requesting another pullup.
Hmm, just read this to see that I didn't need to recompile a kernel on
my 3100. As I said, DELAY(150) worked for the 3100. I'd say that it
should work on a 2100 (being slower 'an all).
If only I had a 2100 - then I could say I've got the fastest _and_
slowest NetBSD/pmax machines in the same room :)