Re: APUS hardware support?
- To: Ken Tyler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Re: APUS hardware support?
- From: Sven LUTHER <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 25 Dec 1999 11:19:12 +0100
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On Wed, Dec 22, 1999 at 07:43:16PM +1100, Ken Tyler wrote:
> On Tue, 21 Dec 1999, Michel D?nzer wrote:
> > --- Bj?rn Johansson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > The graphics cards you buy today for Amiga has very high prices compared to
> > > those which exist for pc:s. If I connect a PCI-graphic card at my PCI port
> > > on the Amiga, can I use this graphic card with Linux?
> > AFAIK there are no Amigas with a PCI bus (PCI is a bus, not a port as AGP).
> > Note that Phase5's proprietary bus for the B/CVision is *not* PCI. (If it
> > was, the bandwidth would be a bit higher than 20 MB/s ;)
> On the LinuxPPC site is a link to IBM's POP reference platform. A mother
> board with 750 Mhz PPC and PCI bus.
> Anyone any comments on these gadgets or know of anyone who makes them ?
Sure, but they are not yet produced. I guess also that the POP board H&P
demostrated at cologne was a false one, probably one of the older ibm boards,
or maybe one from motorolla.
Anyway, if you want info about them, look at :