Steven M. Schultz
sms at moe.2bsd.com
Thu Sep 2 15:25:35 AEST 1999
> From: Kirk McKusick <mckusick at flamingo.McKusick.COM>
> My recollection is that V7M stood for V7-mini. It was a
> striped down version of V7 that was designed to run on
> the very low-end PDP-11's (like the 11/20).
Hmmm, interesting. My memories dredge up the 'M' as meaning
"Modified". Don't recall it ever being touted as 11/20 capable
56kb, no MMU would be a wee bit too mini I'd think - was there ever
a V7 that could run without an MMU? If there was I've completely
forgotten about it.
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