Subject: Re: Vaxstation 3100
To: H. Myler <email@example.com>
From: Paul Apprich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/25/1996 23:57:12
On Mon, 25 Nov 1996, H. Myler wrote:
> Has anyone had any luck with putting NetBSD on a Vaxstation 3100?
> Harley R. Myler Whoever is a teacher
> Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engr. through and through takes all
> University of Central Florida things seriously only in relation
> Orlando, Florida 32816-2450 to his students--even himself.
> 407.823.5098(ofc)/823.5835(fax) --Friedrich Nietzsche
> http://macmyler.engr.ucf.edu (Beyond Good and Evil, 63).
AFAIK, there has been large obstacles concerning a NetBSD port for the
VS3100. The disk controller has been the problem. No one seems to want to
spill their guts concerning the binding logic and registers for the disk I/o.
I have a VS3100-M76-SPX gathering dust on the shelves in my home. I had
tested a boot-block program and the graphic console (big 1280x1024 8 bit
color screen) seems to work. I see these all the time in computer shows.
No one wants them. If we had someone who got dumped by DEC who has info
to get this port completed...