[rc5] RC5 Chips?

Barry Nathan barryn at pobox.com
Sat Nov 1 09:46:07 EST 1997


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Michael Conwell <mbcwam at anet-stl.com> wrote:

>the MacOS needs ASICs and ROMS and currently doesn't handle
>muliprocessors

No, actually the MacOS can handle up to 4 processors (maybe more) -
but applications need special support for multiprocessing (the RC5
client happens to have such support).

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