View Single Post
Old 02 July 2017, 16:44   #157
Registered User

Join Date: Jul 2017
Location: co, usa
Posts: 15
Originally Posted by kolla View Post
The idea here is to let the ARM also emulate the 68k chip, since that is a problem already solved, it does not require any licensing etc. - plus it lets the user pick whatever 68k CPU configuration he/she wants/needs - better for compatibility. So, all legacy chipset stuff on the FPGA (with its own SDRAM - aka chipmem), CPU and all "modern" stuff on the ARM (with its own 1GB DDR3 - aka fastram).
Then just get a RasPi, and leave this poor FPGA alone ;-)

ARm is nice for all the stupid work, like reading/writing sd-cards, usb sticks etc. Gives you nice Ethernet ...

But the FPGA should do the CPU emulation and all the special chips ...
ex68k is offline  
Page generated in 0.04016 seconds with 10 queries