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SubjectRe: Ideas/Suggestions for 2.2

Ralf wrote about PMON...

It's nice to be an agent of higher powers, but just to put the record
straight; PMON was commissioned by LSI Logic and written by Phil
Bunce. It was LSI (I think at Phil's suggestion) who decided to make
it freely redistributable.

You can visit Phil's PMON home page:

Algorithmics have added support for MIPS-III (64-bit register) CPUs,
and made PMON talk over ethernet. You can pick up Algorithmics' R4xxx
tarball for PMON at:

and a user's manual (gzipped postscript or acrobat) for the
Algorithmics version:

Dominic Sweetman

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