Subject: Re: What is VAX DECsystem 5400 - V60S-A2 box?
To: NetBSD Bob <email@example.com>
From: Lord Isildur <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/05/2000 10:17:18
yes, this is a strange incestuous mix of a Mayfair and a DECstation
5k200. The i/o is entriely uVAX-3, the core is an R3000. If you replace
the processor board with for example a KA650 you will have a uV3 instead.
The memory is just normal MS630s, everything is compatible.
if you dont want it please slavage the boards, disks, etc! :)
On a similar note, i would hope that there is some NetBSD support for the
DS5400 by now, i donated one to developers about a year ago..
On Thu, 5 Oct 2000, NetBSD Bob wrote:
> > Are you sure thats that a VAX at all? I thought a DECSystem 5400 was a
> > QBUS MIPS R2000 box... (though could become a VAX with just a CPU change)
> The machine is labelled VAX DECSystem 5400. After diving into various
> archives, it seems to be a MIPS card in a VAX crate. Maybe I should
> see about getting it for the cabinet and stuff VAX cards into it.