More like Z80, the M68xxx's were either 16-bit or 32-bit. I for one
wouldn't even like to think about porting linux to an 8-bit processor.
Though there is a C compiler for the gameboy:)
Don't develop software you want, you'll constantly hack it into
oblivion and when it's finally stable you won't want to use it.
On Thu, 11 Nov 1999, Jakma, Paul wrote:
>> > VIC20 / C64? (I'd love to see the latter...)
>> C64 => lunix (yes unix on the commodore 64!!)
>> what cpu is in those computers anyway? M68xx??
>> So, the question still remains: are there any cpu's which do not have some
> kind of unix port?
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