LispOS on a 68000

Mike McDonald
Fri, 15 May 1998 12:43:46 -0700 (PDT)

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>If I were building a homebrew board, I would probably pick one of the IDT
>embedded RISC processors using the MIPS R3000 core.  Plus some of them have
>on-chip cache, RAM controllers, and I/O.  See
  If you wanted to cheat and buy one already built, Cobalt Micro has a
cute little R5K based Linux box. It's in this month's Linux
Journal. It probably would take much work to get the SGI port of CMUCL
to run on it either. Then yank Linux off and away you go!

  Mike McDonald