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I have to correct myself...

On Sat, 5 Apr 2014 17:14:12 -0400
Jim Seymour <> wrote:

No, they didn't.  Early Apple PCs ran the MOS Technologies (later:
Mostek) 6502.  CP/M never ran on anything but the Intel 8080 and
Zilog Z80. (And only on the latter because it was a superset of the
former.) Eventually, Kildall realized the 8-bit processors' days
were numbered (duh) and created CP/M-86, but, by then, it was way,
way too late.

As I was checking my dates, I was reminded there was also a
CP/M-68k.  But I don't *believe* Apple ever ran CP/M-68k on their
computers.  Searching for it, I'm reminded of the Sage 68k system,
which did, and how I wanted one of those in the *worst* possible way
at the time :)

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