Needed: 4 - 4meg 72pin non-parity SIMMs

From: Iggy Drougge <>
Date: Thu Feb 1 17:03:28 2001

Cameron Kaiser skrev:

>> >Actually that's later Macs. The earliest that do have 72 pin simms I
>> >can think of is LC III w/ 8MB which I have learning against TV stand
>> >to be used w/ BSD if I can not find 68882 rated for 25mhz FPU to use
>> >68k-linux because I don't wish to buy apple's 7.1 for it.
>> But why exactly OS 7.1? After all, you may download 7.5 for free from
>> Apple, as well as earlier versions. All save for 7.1.

>Because 7.1 is probably the best of the System 7 versions (save 7.6), IMHO.
>It's small and lacks much of the garbage that was in 7.5.x.

True, but if you haven't got it, you haven't, and it shouldn't really be the
decisive factor whether you choose MacOS or NetBSD.

>7.6 is good but you need a correspondingly buffer system to run it. All of
>my 68Ks run 7.1 except the SE/30 and the Plus, which run 6.0.8 -- even the
>NetBSD IIci :-)

Run 7.1 on the SE/30, it deserves it.
I've got a Centris with version 8, but then again I only run what comes on the
hard drive. I don't really feel like installing 7.5.3 on every Mac I've got.

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Received on Thu Feb 01 2001 - 17:03:28 GMT

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