IIgs using hard disk 20

From: Iggy Drougge <optimus_at_canit.se>
Date: Tue Oct 16 21:28:44 2001

r. 'bear' stricklin skrev:

>On Tue, 16 Oct 2001, Derek Peschel wrote:

>> Hmm, I was sure it was the floppy port (which I believe is a 25-pin
>> connector -- the same size as some serial connectors -- perhaps why you are
>> thinking of the serial port?).

>Nope, it's a 19 pin D-sub, which makes it physically compatible with the
>NeXT monochrome display connector. Don't plug a Macintosh floppy drive
>into the NeXT though, unless you want to start a fire. (;

The Atari ST ACSI DMA connector is a D19 as well.
BTW, D19s are terribly expensive! I had to shell out eighty crowns just for
the connectors and the shells for my ACSI cable last week.
Oh, the Atari Falcon video connector is a D19, too.

>Tony, this is your cue to step in and tell us what it's actual designation
>is, since it's clearly not a DA, a DB, DC, DD, or a DE.

Last time we discussed it, I think someone dismissed the D19 (and the D23) as
a pure bastard.

En ligne avec Thor 2.6a.
We have support for the PMAGC-B's on pmax right? That is a PixelVision based
card right? I see Bt 463, that chip looks bigger than the 21164! Just looking
at it makes me want to write an Xserver!
   Chris Tribo, NetBSD/pmax
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