Ancient 8086/80286 unixes?
bernd at kopriva.de
Fri Sep 7 03:08:52 CDT 2007
On Fri, 7 Sep 2007 05:49:16 +0100, Ensor wrote:
> > There was the QXL and QXL2, Sinclair QL-compatibles on
> >an ISA card, using the PC as a host and for I/O....
> > ISTR an Amiga version of something like this but I can't
> >recall any details, alas.
>I know that there exists an Atari ST on a PCI (or ISA?) card....don't know
>any more than that really (other that it's possibly from a German company)
>since I got out of the ST "scene" *many* moons ago.
There's at least the Janus card, which implements a basic Atari ST on an ISA board ...
... i own the 68000 version, but it seems, there was an 68020 version available too.
A DOS based driver is available, that handles all the I/O handling via the PC. I always
wanted to get that driver ported to OS/2 (running Atari SW in a OS/2 PM-Window is
definitely amazing :)), but never got any technical information ...
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