[OT] Old Timers Please? Vintage 1989 problem
declan.moriartyt at ntlworld.ie
Sun Apr 11 11:14:10 PDT 2004
Dagmar d'Surreal enlightened us
> On Sat, 2004-04-10 at 21:56, Dagmar d'Surreal wrote:
> > Oh christ this thing *is* oooooold. What hardware is it on and what
> > exactly is he trying to do with it? More details might stimulate my
> > memory. (I was mainly "working" remotely on these back then. Heh)
At a guess, it's a 15 Mhz 68xxx machine.
> Scratch that. Unless he's trying desperately to get some data off the
> machine, just shoot it. My PDA has more power than that machine, and
> probably better security.
No. The query stands. It's a tester - it's not about power. That thing
does some testing of hardware (Network stuff, I believe). Testgear for
Electronic hardware is horribly expensive - the prices are aimed at
multinationals, whereas small time one man outfits like myself need
something like that to stay in business.
What came before /proc? That's the question in a nutshell.
How will he find what io ports and interrupts his kernel is interested in?
With best Regards,
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