> But on the otherhand if we do get the documentation I believe the board
> will run OSF/1 and Win NT (till we get linux ported). This could
> also dramatically increase the market for the baord.
Yes, this is a must! Starting from scratch means we will not have a
fully working board when the 21066 is used in telephone answering
> I'll ping my dec contact and see if we can get the online stuff or at
> least a price for it. Please do the same if you have any contacts.
> Even a tiny bit of support from dec could make a big difference.
Yes, I have an exact price for that:
21A03-11 21066/68 Design Kit (software) $50 (converted from FIM 300,-)
It's not so much when thinking of what it contains.
If this beast is available in the net.somewhere, I'd be very happy to
get it ASAP.
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