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The second-generation 68040 Mac systems (codenamed "Wombat") are starting to come up now. That's the Centris 610 (20 MHz), Centris 650 (25 MHz, built-in Ethernet), and Quadra 800 (33 MHz, built-in Ethernet), and the later renames of the two Centris machines to be Quadra 610 and Quadra 650. (Apple product marketing and naming was weird at that time).

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Much appreciated for your work on MAC support.

If you want to merge or add the moof and cracked lists that Firehawke started, I can get them updated with all the recent 4AM releases. Firehawke’s update is still available through GitHub. I’m slowly working on the updates to the Apple II woz-a-day that were suggested.

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Yeah, if you can update those lists it'd be great to have them in.

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I’ll have the MOOF software list done and MAME software updates checked in tomorrow. Just need to get through the rest of the dumps. Then I’ll work on the Mac cracks.

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Originally Posted by anoid
I’ll have the MOOF software list done and MAME software updates checked in tomorrow. Just need to get through the rest of the dumps. Then I’ll work on the Mac cracks.

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As luck would have it, it’s release week again. I’ll get to it, I promise.

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Originally Posted by Vas Crabb
As luck would have it, it’s release week again. I’ll get to it, I promise.

Thanks. You’ll hopefully find this list is very clean. I’ve been working the apple II lists, too. I think I’ll knock out the Mac crack list next and then get back to the Apple ii.

Much thanks to R. Belmont and MAME team. The early Mac drivers work very well.

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As luck would have it, it’s release week again. I’ll get to it, I promise.

Thanks. You’ll hopefully find this list is very clean. I’ve been working the apple II lists, too. I think I’ll knock out the Mac crack list next and then get back to the Apple ii.

Much thanks to R. Belmont and MAME team. The early Mac drivers work very well.
Yeah, it’s not like the bad old days of MESS. When I was fixing up SuperMac and Apple video card emulation for the Mac II family, I was pleasantly surprised at how well the systems themselves worked for the most part.

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Oops, I did it again. The third-generation 68040 machines (Quadra 605, LC/Performa 475, LC/Performa 575, codenamed "Optimus" and "Primus"), use a pair of ASICs that are mostly very similar to what was in the second-gen (and in MAME consist of a pair of subclasses of those devices). Except for some annoying cost-cutting, like the data bus to the DAFB registers being half-width so you have to write everything twice. But I can handle that.

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The original Indigo (with R3000 @ 33MHz) is now able to boot and run IRIX 4.0.5 and 5.3. Networking works reasonably well, but graphics only partially working and there's no dsp/audio yet.

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This work also brings the Personal IRIS 4D/35 up to the same level of functionality, because it's essentially the same core hardware.

The Indigo R4000 and R4400 models are close behind, and I hope to get them to the same state soon.

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And now we venture into the land of one of the Top 10 Worst Macs ever made, the Quadra 630/LC 630/LC 580.

Gonna be a minute with this one before it's commit-able. The ATA interface is kind of crude and causes unrelated software to have a fit if I attach any ATA devices. Fortunately the SCSI that's "just like a 53C96" according to Apple works 100% with a 53C96 there so I've got nothing.

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