Amiga development (was: uVAX II Memory Board)

From: Bill Pechter <>
Date: Sun Feb 4 13:24:44 2001

> I generally named my partitions after the manufacturer of the
> drive and never had any problems using either the 3 letter device
> name or the volume label interchangably. I did this because I
> generally had at least one external SCSI drive hanging off my A3000
> and A4000, an IBM 0661 2gig drive. I've had this thing for about 7
> years now, connected to anything you could think of that might have a
> SCSI interface and it's still going strong. Both my A3000/4000 were
> running under OS 3.1. I had pre-order OS 3.5 prior to deciding to
> sell my A4000.
> Jeff

A friend of mine worked on the port of AT&T SVR4 to the Amiga.
It sold (I think) at the University of Virginia as the official student
workstation of the Engineering School.

I've never used an Amiga, but I'd love to get my hands on one of those
Amigas with Unix on it.

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