> > 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
so it's useable? wow!
> > what cpu is in those computers anyway? M68xx??
> 6502 Processor ~1 MHz
wonder how long a kernel compile takes! :)
>> What about the BBC Micro / Model B / Master (Compact), I know
> there's ones
> for the Archimedes series, but the Beeb ?
arm/linux runs on some of the archimedes machines. Although netbsd is more
useable on them i believe.
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