Re: Amiga-coldfire hardware
On Mon, 13 Aug 2007, Kolbjørn Barmen wrote:
> On Mon, 13 Aug 2007, Brian Morris wrote:
> > > > I am pretty sure I am stuck on the macs. (but I would like to
> > > > see a coldfire some time and i actually might give some
> > > > cash for one)
> > >
> > > I thought I had some pictures of the coldfire, but it is just a PCB, a very
> > > small PCB. And blue :-)
> > Ahh, I see an amiga1200 now, and i see a coldfire pci card in the amiga !!
> > its a nice green one, 400mips and all that !
> > http://elbox.com/news_06_11_11.html
> > [Actually what I was looking for for the mac was something i could stick an
> > extra external hd case with an extra laptop hd and with ethernet and
> > usb ports - this i could back up to my quadra or take on the road with
> > a ppc powerbook]
> Be aware!
> The DRAGON is very much considered Vapour-ware, as is their SharkPPC.
> This got my attention this weekend: http://www.qemu.org/status.html
That one says m68k = Coldfire.
Recently Rob Landley pointed me to
which looks more interesting.
Since it's from Andreas, I guess it's perfect ;-)
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