Ancient 8086/80286 unixes?

Tony Duell ard at
Fri Sep 7 17:38:27 CDT 2007

> 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.

Has anyone mentioned the Apple-][-on-an-ISA-card yet? There were at least 
2 of them, they connected to the disk drives and CGA card too, and let 
you run Apple ][ software on a PC system, copy files between PC and Apple 
disks, etc.

And I think there was an ARM-2 development system on an ISA card. Never 
seen it, though 


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