lproven at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 18:37:03 CDT 2007
On 15/06/07, Al Kossow <aek at bitsavers.org> wrote:
> > I guess in other words, if you had a 68000 processor with some
> > attached RAM and a random UART (6551 or Z8530 or 8250/16450/16550),
> > what else might you need to bring up CP/M-68K?
> A mass storage device with CP/M bits on it with the right BIOS.
> Since there are disc images and a boot prom for the Sage, I thought
> it would be the easiest way to go. The alternative would be to bootstrap
> it through cross-development tools, since all the sources are available.
I am no expert on this kind of thing, but wouldn't the
quickest/easiest route be to look for an emulator that can handle some
existing hardware that ran CP/M-68K?
Or some multi-system emulator like MESS:
... Or perhaps even QEMU:
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