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Mon Dec 7 03:47:34 CST 2015
On 2015-12-07 10:24, Pete Turnbull wrote:
> On 06/12/2015 17:27, Jerome H. Fine wrote:
>> In addition, even before that, you must match the CSR and
>> VECTOR with the DL port you are using. On a Qbus
>> system with a DLV11-J, usually the first DL port is:
>> SET DD CSR=176500
>> SET DD VECTOR=300
>> On a PDP-11/23, there is an extra port at:
>> SET DD CSR=177570
>> SET DD VECTOR=70
>> if I remember correctly.
> I don't think so :-) 177570 is the switch/display register, which only
> exists on some Unibus machines. It definitely doesn't exist on an
> 11/23. Maybe you're thinking of the console CSR at 177560 with vector 60?
The display register also exist on some Qbus machines, such as the
11/83, which have a two digit 7 segment display.
> Unibus addresses are the same as QBus, at least for I/O devices (things
> like memory management are done differently).
Uh. I/O addresses as such are just addresses. Devices might be similar
between Unibus and Qbus. Depends on the device. There are many Qbus
devices that are similar/compatible with their Unibus counterparts, but
not always. DMA devices are not, for the obvious reason. However, they
can still be "mostly compatible".
The memory management is compatible, so no, memory management is not
All that said, yeah, the second serial port is most likely not at
177570. But that can be checked in the manuals...
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