Subject: Re: Status of Sun2-SCSI controller implementation
To: None <mouse@Collatz.McRCIM.McGill.EDU>
From: Scott Ellis <>
List: port-sun3
Date: 04/14/1996 10:46:01
In "Re:  Status of Sun2-SCSI controller implementation", der Mouse
<mouse@Collatz.McRCIM.McGill.EDU> wrote: 
> >> I'm assuming you mean the thing SunOS calls the "sc".
> > Yes, that's the monster. ;-)
> >> I'll be glad to send what I have to anyone interested, but don't
> >> bother asking unless you're ready to play kernel hacker; it is _not_
> >> ready for even alpha use.
> > I don't have another NetBSD/Sun3 setup on which to hack (just
> > NetBSD/i386 and NetBSD/mac),
> NetBSD/mac68k?  You should be able to do sun3 kernel builds on that,
> without even significant pain; they're both 68k machines.  You may have
> trouble getting libkvm to build, but you don't need libkvm immediately.
> If you can get the sun3 up single-user, you can build libkvm on it.

Hmm...maybe I'll try building the RAMDISK kernel on the Mac, and see if
that works..then I'll come back and bug you for your code. ;-)

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