> > I'm working on the DECstation 5000/2x, however the kernel will
> > currently boot to the same level (i.e. not fully functional yet) on
> > all 5000 series. Which one are you interested in?
> I've got a DECstation 3100, so I guess I'm out of luck. The test
> kernel I pulled off softway.co.au last week doesn't get very far
> at all on a DECstation 3100.
Fortunately the 3100 is much like a 5000 without the turbo channel,
and with different serial chip for the console ports. There are a
good many other 3100 owners on the list, so the plan is definitely to
support that platform, though it may take a little longer unless we
can find a real kernel hacker to take charge of it.
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