mcguire at neurotica.com
Wed Nov 22 12:03:02 CST 2006
On Nov 21, 2006, at 7:46 PM, Chris M wrote:
> I remember reading an article that the 68010 was more
> or less a drop in replacement for the 68k in the
> Ataris. My AT & T 7300 UNIX Peecee has a 68010.
> Seems the '020 is still available from Digi-Key, but
> it ain't cheap.
Mmmm, tasty AT&T 7300. UNIX SysVr2 with a GUI on a 10MB disk in
512KB of RAM. (well, originally anyway) That's a damn fine machine.
I worked in a computer store in a mall in NJ when they came out; we
had one in the store. I was very lucky to get one a few years later
(way before they were considered "old") and used it nearly to death,
then sold it. Years later, about four years ago, a very kind
gentleman gave me one. I won't make the mistake of letting this one
get away. :-)
There's an Ethernet card and an IP stack available for that
machine. Sadly the code was very unstable and blew up a lot.
Cape Coral, FL
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