> The paper mentions "Supporting Documentations and Software Tools"
> that are including:
We NEED this!!
At it doesn't cost more than that $50...
> User docs
> Sources for Srom, debug rom, example privileged architecture
> library code (PALcode)
> Source develoment tools for NT and OSF/1 platforms
> Circuit schematics
> Board artwork
> Circuit design database compatible with viewlogic powerview 5.1
YES , OH YES !!!!! Just what I hoped it would contain!
> Able and JEDEC filees for PLD's
> Hardware design application notes.
Now the only question remains: How can we extract the design documents from
the rest of the tools ? Do you know what media it comes on ? Maybe CD-ROM
that one can easilly mount on any decent *ix machine ?
P.S. I think the way to do the pcb is to DIRECTLY use the DEC provided
board artwork. It would make life much easier... and then concentrate
on the software / OS.
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