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Re: [MiNT] Shared libs without MMU resources

> >> Drawback: Old MiNT hardware (mc68000) does not have a MMU but it does
> >> have a strong lobby here. ;-)
> >
> > does the mc68000 have a lobby, really? I am wondering what the smile
> > should stand for there.
> > I don't believe that there are more than 5% of nonMMU users in the
> > FreeMiNT camp. The ST machines are 20 years old now (the CPU is even
> > older). Where are we - in museum?
> I have wondered about such numbers myself.  My personal opinion for
> some time is that MiNT should drop all support for CPU's below the 68030.
> However, I do not know how that would effect upgraded machines.
> Are there 030 upgrades and if so do they have proper MMU's on board?
> I also do not know anyone who actually uses MiNT on anything less than
> an 030 as it is.

Futhermore, most machines prior to 030 has only up to 4MB of RAM, and I
think that current kernel would not leave much space for user apps in such

Lets drop non-MMU machines support.

Semper Fidelis

Adam Klobukowski