Re: Running OpenVMS native on x86 . . .



In article <R4CdnbG1qNAnQ33TnZ2dnUVZ_rWdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "John Reagan" <johnrreagan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

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In article <DqSdnemgG-cx8UPTnZ2dnUVZ_u-dnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "John Reagan"
<johnrreagan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

Neither are from HP & OpenVMS Engineering.

I believe Emerald was within DEC.


Emerald was just a code name for some OpenVMS release (I forget which number
it became).


That may be true, but the Emerald project that I'm eferencing was a bit
of VMS on top of the Mach micro-kernel, on an 80386. It got as far
as first boot (login and do a COPY command).

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