[TUHS] Last officially distributed and currently available BSD version
b4 at gewt.net
Wed Oct 25 05:15:48 AEST 2017
There is a binary 4.4BSD distro from Keith Bostic on the CSRG CD set from McKusick that is built for hp300 - including kernel last I saw.
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> On Oct 24, 2017, at 11:53, Henry Bent <henry.r.bent at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 22 October 2017 at 13:00, emanuel stiebler <emu at e-bbes.com> wrote:
>> On 2017-10-22 10:51, Dan Cross wrote:
>>> At one point, I had a copy of a bootable exabyte tape with 4.4-encumbered installation and source images for SPARC, specifically sun4c machines, that I had liberated from somewhere. My understanding was that the reference hardware at Berkeley was 68030- and 68040-based HP 9000 machines,
>> Which models exactly?
> 4.4BSD hp300 DOC/Options mentions the following:
> Support for old hp320 machines: 16mhz 68020, HP MMU, 16mhz 68881
> and VAC. Compiles in support for a VAC, HP MMU, and the 98620A
> 16-bit DMA channel. Forces the definition of HAVEVAC.
> Support for old hp350 machines: 25mhz 68020, HP MMU, 20mhz 68881
> and VAC. Compiles in support for a VAC and the HP MMU. Differs
> from HP320 in that it has no support for 16-bit DMA controller.
> Forces the definition of HAVEVAC.
> Support for old hp330 (and 318/319) machines: 16mhz 68020, 68551 PMMU
> and 16mhz 68881. Compiles in support for PMMU.
> Support for old hp360 (and 340) machines: 25mhz 68030+MMU and 25mhz
> 68882. Compiles in support for PMMU and 68030. Differs from HP330
> in support for 68030 on-chip data cache.
> Support for old hp370 (and current 345/375/400) machines: 33 (50) mhz
> 68030+MMU and 33 (50) mhz 68882. Compiles in support for PMMU, 68030
> and off-chip physically addressed cache. Differs from 360 in only one
> place, in dealing with flushing the external cache.
> Support for "current" hp380/425 (and 433) machines: 25 (33) mhz 68040
> with MMU/FPU. Compiles in support for 68040.
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