Subject: Re: vax 3100-95, vax 4000-108, vax 4000-100
To: Hugh Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael Kukat <email@example.com>
Date: 01/28/2001 16:28:03
Thanks to Hugh Graham (OpenBSD), my VAX 4000/105A is running since some
minutes. Currently without cache, but for the ones who want to test the kernel,
here it is:
It should add support for the VAX 4000/100 series and the MicroVAX 3100/m96,
maybe some other MicroVAXen with the NVAX CPUs.
Please tell me any results with your machines, you should include the kernel
startup messages, the KA??-number of your machine, the exact "official" name
of the machine, and the output of the following PROM commands:
Maybe we have some problem detecting the exact type for 4000/105A and 4000/108
machines, so i need those values especially of those machines.
Thanx for testing, and thanx to the OpenBSD guys for also working on VAX
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