Subject: RE: KA675/KA680 differences
To: Carlini, Antonio <email@example.com>
From: Michael Kukat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/13/2001 01:12:19
On Sat, 13 Jan 2001, Carlini, Antonio wrote:
> If you have the EK-KA680-TM then you should be able to get any and
> of KA675, KA680, KA69x working since they are all the same with
> just a few *minor* differences (CPU cycle times, cache size, VIC
> The basic design is (AFAIK) identical.
Cool. Again, you helped me with very good information. And i think you helped
some guys out there indirectly to get the 4000/00s running NetBSD soon :)
Just building the "final" kernel for my tests, due to the NetBSD-internal
identification being the same on KA675 and KA680 (and several others), this
kernel should work on KA680 (VAX 4000/500) also. Results might be here this
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