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In that case either m68k NetBSD or Linux might be
better first step in testing how well real Unix
works on Hatari.
And somebody could also check that MiNT works
with Hatari also when memory protection is
On tiistai 11 elokuu 2015, Uwe Seimet wrote:
> No, Atari's SVR4 only runs on the TT. And the X11 distributed with it
> only supports the TT high resolution. ACSI is not supported. This is
> most likely because ACSI/DMA cannot directly access TT RAM. You
> definitely should have TT RAM, though, because Unix requires much more
> resources than TOS.
> Take care
> > On tiistai 11 elokuu 2015, Thomas Huth wrote:
> > > On 10/08/15 20:57, Alex Madama wrote:
> > > > Hello everyone,
> > > > I was looking through the hdc.c code and noticed a bit of SCSI
> > > > stuff besides the ACSI.
> > > > Is full TT SCSI possible? And if so, can Hatari run Atari SysV
> > > > Unix?
> > >
> > > No, SCSI is not working yet, and no, nobody ever tried to run SysV on
> > > Hatari yet. There's likely a lot of things left to fix and implement
> > > before that can be run (e.g. the second MFP of the TT emulation is
> > > still missing).
> > Does Atari SysV Unix work on Falcon/IDE?
> > Emulation for Falcon is more complete than for TT.
> > - Eero