email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
> On Tue, Jan 26, 1999 at 11:19:05PM +0100, Matthias Heidbrink wrote:
> > I have a Whitechapel Hitech-10 with a R2000/16Mhz and 8 MB RAM.
> > The usual benchmarks show a performance a bit worse than a SparcStation 2
> > or a 486/33. But if I'll ever manage to get Linux running on this box?-)
> There are actually former Whitechapel engineers reading this list ...
I read it, and was in Whitechapel for all its short, interesting
life. And in this office is the person who did most design work on
the Hitech-10. The company liquidation left us without much design
data, though we can probably remember quite a lot about it, and
we have a screenless Hitech-10 which only recently ceased to be a
functioning computer (and a few bits and pieces too).
Ian Fleming (cc'd above) keeps a memorial web page at:
He may be able to help.