[Coco] OT: Newfangled MM/1???

Boisy Pitre boisy at boisypitre.com
Tue Oct 31 17:15:10 EST 2006

DragonBalls are ok, it's ColdFire that I've always thought had that  
issue, until someone actually ported OSK to it.
Boisy G. Pitre
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On Oct 31, 2006, at 4:04 PM, John W. Linville wrote:

> On Tue, Oct 31, 2006 at 04:49:55PM -0500, Roger Merchberger wrote:
>> Per an advert in Linux Journal, I stumbled across this critter:
>> http://www.emacinc.com/som/som100es.htm
>> An 66/80 Mhz Dragonball (68K compatible) w/16Meg RAM & 4.5Meg  
>> Flash ROM on
>> an SO-DIMM stick.... with an available carrier board as well.
> Would an OSK kernel run on a Dragonball?  Aren't those processors
> missing some of the original 68k instructions?
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