Subject: 4000-series machines
To: None <port-vax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jay Maynard <email@example.com>
Date: 06/04/1998 19:28:35
>> Is there any work going on for the vs4000 model 60
>I too would be interested in getting my 4000 model 200 up and running.
>I'm pretty sure the model 60 and the model 200 use different processors,
>but I'm hopefull that a port to one would help with another. Anything I
>can do to help/prod/bribe a port?
Well, if I can get my ^&*#$#%^@#$%^(* NFS setup set up, I'll clean up a bug
or two in the SGEC code, and that would be a good starting point for those
two machines as well, both of which use the same thing (I suspect...does
SHOW DEV at the >>> prompt call the Ethernet adapter an EZA0?)
Actually, since I just got an Alpha (even if it is a lowly 4/166), once I
get an OS installed on it, I can then use my Pentium to check out NFS on it
(and vice versa), and that will take out a large chunk of uncertainty in my
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