On Mon, Mar 26, 2001 at 04:09:00PM +0100, Paul J Collins mentioned:
> Well, taking the last two facts, and assuming they don't use some kind
> of crazy new peripheral bus in the boards, I would imagine that
> Leenoox would be up and running in no time flat.
Just as soon as they get one of those cool DRAM controllers things
implemented, and get the clock running faster than 18Mhz...
And PCI would be nice too...didn't see any plan for a first/second level
cache or anything though.
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