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> Subject: unixless chips? RE: [ILUG] [OT kinda]mkisofs
>> > VIC20 / C64? (I'd love to see the latter...)
>> C64 => lunix (yes unix on the commodore 64!!)
It's not all that bad either, although you really need to have a cable to
SLIP to your PC and use the "Mass storage Devices" available to the PC
> what cpu is in those computers anyway? M68xx??
6502 Processor ~1 MHz
> So, the question still remains: are there any cpu's which do not have some
> kind of unix port?
>I can't imagine one for a Zilog Z80, very popular around 19xx (78 < xx <
85), although CPM was written for these so I could be wrong...
What about the BBC Micro / Model B / Master (Compact), I know there's ones
for the Archimedes series, but the Beeb ?
Or maybe the Sord M5, Dragon 32, etc (all early 80's stuff)
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