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From: Fred N. van Kempen <>
Date: Wed Sep 17 20:10:00 2003

On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, Eric Smith wrote:

> Just had a DS200 open a few months ago, and there was a 68000 in it,
> with no PDP-11 of any sort (not even a T11). Also, if you look at
> the contents of the ROMs or the MOP download code, they are full of
> 68K code. For instance, there are lots of hex 4E75 words, which is a
> 68000 RTS instruction. Shows up as "Nu" in ASCII, or "uN" if your byte
> order is different.
Hrrm. Thats weird. I could've sworn they were F11 based. Also,
they used RSX taskbuilder images. Guess they were using an 68K
cross-assembler setup then....

Fred N. van Kempen, DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation) Collector/Archivist
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