Subject: Re: NetBSD/pdp10 ?
To: None <>
From: Perry E. Metzger <>
List: port-vax
Date: 03/06/2002 15:50:16 writes:
> | 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.

Er, Eduardo, the machines in question invented the modern MMU. They
were the first architecture to have demand paged virtual memory.

Perry E. Metzger
NetBSD: The right OS for your embedded design.