Subject: Re: NetBSD/pdp10 ?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Eric Smith <email@example.com>
Date: 03/05/2002 09:34:22
> | What better way to exercise the portability of NetBSD? We've got
> 32-bit | and 64-bit archictures sorted. Certainly there would be some
> challenges | left with 36-bit support, no? Given the availability of
> several PDP-10 | emulators and the work on GCC, I don't see why it
> couldn't be done.
> Lack of a real MMU is probably going to cause problems, especially
> since UBC requires MMU functionality.
Only a problem on a PDP-6 (166 processor) or KA10. The KI10, KL10, and
KS10 processors all have a real MMU. Even the KA10 sometimes had an
added MMU, the BBN Pager.