bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Sun Nov 13 22:13:28 CST 2005
Wai-Sun Chia wrote:
>Well, depends on how small is small...
>Is a Motorola Dragonball small (M68EZ328)? uclinux runs on that. Or
>how about H8?
>Check out http://www.uclinux.org for a MMU-less variant..
>If your "small" must be 8-bit, then there's always uCos, and a bunch
>of other RTOSes...
For myself a C style compiler would be nice, but I am developing
a 18 bit computer
here. Ok today I am mostly answering email on the list. Unix #1
would be great to
port but that is still AT&T code with all the software rights to it
since the basic PDP 11
only had 24Kb of memory. http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/who/dmr/hist.html
For current 8 bit wide machines you have a lot of software but most of
looks to be cross
development stuff. That is my complaint but I can understand it since
windows and macs and
unix came to take the majority of the software used.
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