|4.3 BSD and newer actually have the loading of the microcode in /vmunix
|(or whatever the kernel is called).
|It's about the first thing the kernel will do after it realizes that it is
|running on an 11/750. It loads /pcs750.bin and puts it in microcode RAM.
|(I don't know about 4.2BSD, since I haven't played with it)

I know that the 4.2 we were running did not know anything about it. I think
this confirms my suspicion that we derived no benefit from the upgrade.
The TU58 idea was neat, but maybe they were confusing it with the 730...

Dan Lanciani
ddl@danlan.*com
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