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[Qemu-devel] [Bug 1404610] Re: [feature request] HP300 m68k system?

From: T. Huth
Subject: [Qemu-devel] [Bug 1404610] Re: [feature request] HP300 m68k system?
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2016 18:05:30 -0000

I'm not aware of anybody from the QEMU community working on emulating
such 68k system ... so if you want support for that, you likely have to
write the patches on your own... Anyway, you might want to have a look
at Laurent Vivier's 68k tree - it features full 680x0 emulation (i.e.
not only ColdFire) already: https://github.com/vivier/qemu-m68k

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  [feature request] HP300 m68k system?

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Bug description:
  QEMU seems to support nothing (specific) that 4.4BSD was targeted
  to...would be useful to have a complete emulator for a full HP300 to
  run the binary dist from McKusick's CD set.

  Devices that'd be needed: 
  * 68020, 68030, or 68040 (How much of these are already present? Not sure if 
there was a non-standard MMU/FPU...but there was definitely a slightly-uncommon 
bus used for some peripherals)
  * Networking was lance I am pretty sure...at least the onboard one.
  * SCSI (Probably a standard chip as used EVERYWHERE ELSE..not sure off hand)
  * Framebuffers optional, serial is sufficient for basic booting of 4.4.

  Tape/disk can also be done via HP-IB...but SCSI would probably be
  easier unless extra peripherals were required (some serial stuff.)

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