"Single instance" machines

From: Eric Smith <eric_at_brouhaha.com>
Date: Tue Dec 15 12:48:20 1998

Hans wrote:
> Oh, before I forget - Also known as 8096 and 8096SK and SP9000.

I wrote:
> The SuperPet SP9000 and the 8096 are not the same machine; the 8096 does
> not have the extra 6809 processor.

Hans wrote:
> They are - the diference is just the added 6809 board.


They are what? If you mean to say they are identical, they certainly aren't,
as I wrote before and as you confirm in your own statement.

It may be the case that *SOME* 8096s are the same as an SP9000 without the
6809, but *SOME* of them aren't. I've got a board set out of an 8096, and
it is sufficiently different than the board set in my SP9000 that there is
no way to add the 6809 board.

Received on Tue Dec 15 1998 - 12:48:20 GMT

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