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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Section - 5.2. Can I put a 68881 math coprocessor in my machine?

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	AT&T had listed a 68881 feature as being available for the
UNIX PC, but it was never fully developed.

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John B Bunch              AT&T   I don't want the world, I just want your
3 Mason Ave              UnixPC           half....     -TMBG
Amsterdam, NY 12010      IBM PC          jbunch@nyx.net
(518) 261-1305           KB2SIV          jbunch@nyx10.nyx.net

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