MasterOfGizmo wrote:The BK0011M was a small russian PDP-11 clone. We now have a core implementing it:
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This website describes the project, PDP2011 – a re-creation of the well known series of PDP-11 computer systems in VHDL. Everything that is needed to run a complete PDP-11 system is included; you can run a complete Unibus PDP-11 system with console, disks and other peripherals on a simple low cost FPGA development board. The original V5-V7 versions of Unix, BSD 2.11, and the original DEC operating systems for the PDP-11 work.
guidol wrote:and WOHOO a new "silent" release after 8 months
Sorgelig wrote:This core is pretty complete and bug free (at least in my tests), so there is no reason to update what is already done.
guidol wrote:Why (also in the original) do the Font in color look so dissorted? black and white is much better to read.
Sorgelig wrote:Hi Gehstock.
I think i saw this FPGA core somewhere. If you want to implement this computer fully, then it will need a lot of work. Fortunately, i think, all parts i've already implemented in other my cores like Vector, Specialist. So, you just need to borrow modules and tweak to Bashkiria specs. Or even take one of my core and modify it.
This computer didn't attract me because it was less popular than other similar computers mentioned above. Thus i've decided to skip it till i will have more free time and no other interesting tasks to do.
Just don't hurry, and study the Verilog, MiST modules and little by little you will make it Next core will be easier and so on. Just how i did my cores.
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