A little information about this machine
lilith is an Amiga 1200 that has been in constant service since 1995 which
means it has executed somewhere between 5.5 and 6 x 10^16 instructions to date.
lilith is equipped with a phase5 Blizzard 1260 with 60 MHz m68060,
Blizzard SCSI IV module (DMA Fast SCSI-2), 256 megs of memory and a
120 gig Samsung SSD on an Acard SCSI-IDE adapter and an IDE-SATA adapter.
It has painstakingly been built into a 1U rackmount case with a 100 Mbps
PCMCIA ethernet, a scandoubler (which provides 31 kHz video at all times
for use with regular monitors), a keyboard port, audio/video out, cool LEDs,
a CompactFlash to IDE adapter to boot the kernel off of a 4 gig CF card,
and lots of fancy wiring and mounting to get everything to fit as planned.
Click here for a top down view of lilith,
click here for a picture of the front of lilith, or
click here for a picture of the ports at the rear.
This machine builds binary pkgsrc packages for all NetBSD m68k platforms.