offer - OS/2 for the PDP-11
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Thu Jan 3 00:49:14 CST 2008
Scott Quinn wrote:
> On Jan 2, 2008, at 6:31 PM, Zane wrote:
>> I believe the first version or two of Windows NT shipped with x86, Alpha,
>> PPC, and MIPS hardware support (at least I think those were the 4 listed
>> architectures). Somewhere I should have a box that says it supports
>> all 4.
> NT4.0 definitely does - I put it on an AlphaServer once for the novelty
> (booted it up, said "why bother?" and installed something more
> DIGITesque and appropriate).
Well, to be fair, NT was a *lot* faster on AXP than on x86.
I have an NT 4.0 Back Office Server disk that has i386, AXP, and PPC
install sets on it. I've never run it on PPC; both the systems I've had
that would run it, once you flash the NVRAM to ARC(?), you can't flash
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