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SubjectRe: CML2 design philosophy heads-up
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> > Both of these 'problems' assume that you can have IDE or PCMCIA on these
> > particular boxes. Does anyone know if that's actually true?
>
> The answer is: no, you can't.
>
> I found a feature list for the MVME147 on the web at
> <http://www.mcg.mot.com/cfm/templates/article.cfm?PageID=1095>. It
> confirmed what thought I remembered from the Motorola site; no PCMCIA,
> no IDE/ATAPI. As a matter of fact neither of these technologies
> existed yet when the board was being designed in the mid-1980s.

I was under the impression the MVME had VME bus. So you can hang IDE off it
and other gunge. Its also a reference design so you may find MVME147 like
boards..

Alan

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