Ancient 8086/80286 unixes?
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Tue Sep 11 15:05:23 CDT 2007
> Tony Duell wrote:
> > And I think there was an ARM-2 development system on an ISA card. Never
> > seen it, though
> Looking at a photo of one of mine (the one with the additional I/O controller
> and Acorn bus connector), it seems to be an ARM2 CPU - not an ARM1 as I'd
> remembered. (At least Google gives the impression that the VL-2333 chip is a
What's the difference between an ARM1 and ARM2? I only have ARM 2
Certainly when I was looking at the ARM1 evaluation system I have for the
Beebm the pinouts of the ARM1 processor seemed identical to those of the
ARM2. Maybe the PC card could take either CPU.
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