The CPU-1 is the very first SYS68K board and I think I have the first revision too super seeded by the CPU-1B/D described here:

I'll take a look at the Besta and see if I can merge the two drivers, I didn't know this, thanks for the pointer!

Edit: Yes, Besta seems to follow the address map and specs of the SYS68K/CPU-30 series launched in Q2/1988, I am only puzzled by the SDRAM which sits in the User EPROM area instead of in the designated SRAM area. I believe that Besta should be a clone if there was a CPU-30 driver.

Last edited by Edstrom; 08/29/15 04:37 AM.

Because I can