BSD for PDP-11/34a?


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BSD for PDP-11/34a?

In the process of restoring a few DEC PDP-11/34's (34a, and 34). Curious what BSD versions will run on the 34 (if any).

It looks like 1BSD or 2BSD might run on it, but not sure. Curious if anyone knows, or has done this.
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