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  • NetBSD/alpha
    integers are still 32 bits in a linear four terabyte 4TB address space NetBSD alpha was the first free OS to run on the Alpha and supports by far the largest number of alpha system types of any free OS NetBSD runs on almost all of the existing alpha systems including some of the more unusual ones with proprietary or legacy bus architectures such as the large scale 8400 all of the TURBOchannel systems the 4100 series and the EISA only Jensen Release Info NetBSD alpha 7 0 via FTP NetBSD alpha 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD alpha 5 1 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD alpha 6 0 changes NetBSD alpha 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD alpha mailing list covering NetBSD s port to alpha machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD alpha port maintainer Supported Hardware Supported System Models 264DP XP1000 DS10 DS20 API UP2000 UP2000 and other Tsunami based EV6 systems API UP1000 and UP1100 AMD 751 based EV6 systems DECpc AXP 150 Jensen DEC 3000 500 family systems includes DEC 3000 400 600 700 800 900 DEC 3000 300 family systems Digital AlphaStation 200 250 255 and 400 systems Digital AXPpci systems including UDB

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/alpha/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/amd64
    engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki ports NetBSD amd64 About NetBSD amd64 NetBSD amd64 is a port to the AMD64 family of processors it supports CPUs that implement the 64 bit x86 architecture This covers all recent AMD and Intel models NetBSD amd64 is a true 64bit operating system Running 32 bit NetBSD i386 binaries is supported as well see compat netbsd32 8 The port was first committed to the NetBSD source tree as NetBSD x86 64 on June 19th 2001 and renamed to NetBSD amd64 on April 26th 2003 The original work to do this port was done by Frank van der Linden at Wasabi Systems assisted by AMD who provided the simulator Simics VirtuHammer pre release hardware and access to a range of Opteron hardware through the AMD Developer Center The port is fully functional It has been tested on single CPU and multiprocessor SMP Opteron configurations Since the release of NetBSD 2 0 it is a completely supported platform Release Info NetBSD amd64 7 0 via FTP NetBSD amd64 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD amd64 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD amd64 6 0 changes NetBSD amd64 7 0

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/amd64/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/amiga
    mailing list covering NetBSD s port to amiga machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD amiga port maintainer Supported Hardware IDE controllers A4000 A1200 builtin Buddha Catweasel Z2 ELBOX FastATA 1200 Mk III Mk IV 6 0 Individual Computers ACA500 CF controller current Individual Computers X Surf IDE controller current SCSI host adapters 33c93 based boards A2091 A3000 builtin A3000 builtin modified for Apollo accellerator GVP series II 53c80 based boards Hacker 12 Gauge IVS Wordsync Bytesync Emplant 2 53c710 based boards A4000T A4091 BlizzardPPC 603e 6 0 Magnum Warp Engine Zeus DraCo builtin SCSI FAS216 based SCSI boards FastLane Z3 Blizzard I and II Blizzard IV Blizzard 2060 CyberSCSI Mk I and II Cyberstorm Mk III Cyberstorm PPC PCI bridges ELBOX Mediator PCI current Mediator PCI 1200 Mediator PCI 1200 LT2 Mediator PCI 1200 LT4 Mediator PCI 1200 SX Mediator PCI 1200 TX Mediator PCI 4000D Mediator PCI 3000D Mediator 4000Di Mediator 3 4000T Phase5 PCI bridge CyberVision PPC 6 0 BlizzardVision PPC 6 0 G REX 1200 current G REX 4000 current Prometheus PCI bridge 6 0 Clockports Amiga 1200 on board clockport current Generic Zorro based clockport currently X Surf only current Video controllers 3Dfx Voodoo 3 3Dfx Voodoo Banshee current 3 A2410 5 Cirrus CL GD 54xx based boards GVP Spectrum Picasso II II and IV Piccolo Piccolo SD64 CyberVision 64 CyberVision 64 3D CyberVision PPC BlizzardVision PPC 6 0 4 ECS AGA and A2024 built in on various Amigas Retina Z2 5 Retina Z3 Altais Tseng ET4000 based boards Domino and Domino16M proto oMniBus Merlin Audio I O Amiga builtin 8bit and 14bit modes Melody Mpeg audio layer 2 board 6 Repulse audio board Toccata audio board Ethernet controllers A2065 Hydra ASDG LanRover A4066 Ariadne Quicknet Ethernet AriadneII Ethernet Individual Computers X Surf X Surf 2 X Surf 3CC Individual Computers X Surf 100 current Some PCMCIA cards in the A1200 tested with a few network cards only 7 NE2000 compatible PCI cards 8 6 0 ARCnet controllers A2060 ARCnet ISDN controllers BSC ISDN Master BSC ISDN Master II ITH ISDN Master II 6 VMC ISDN Blaster Zeus Development ISDN link Individual Computers ISDN Surfer Tape drives Most SCSI tape drives including Archive Viper Cipher SCSI 2 ST150 Scanners With the machine independent PINT interface integrated these should work SCSI 2 scanners behaving as SCSI 2 scanner devices HP Scanjet II 9 Mustek SCSI scanner 9 CD ROM drives Most SCSI CD ROM drives Serial ports on these boards Amiga builtin DraCo builtin including serial mouse port A2232 normal and turbo modes MultiFaceCard II and III HyperCom Z3 serial only HyperCom 4 3 and 4 not the A1200 clockport models Individual Computers SilverSurfer current Parallel printer ports on these boards Amiga builtin DraCo builtin HyperCom 3 and 4 Amiga floppy drives with Amiga 880kB 1760kB and IBM 720kB 1440 kB block encoding Amiga mouse Real time clocks A2000 A3000 A4000 builtin DraCo builtin r o A2000 RTC clone on some A1200 accelerator boards 1 There has

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/amiga/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/arc
    based on efforts done in OpenBSD arc Earlier pre ARC MIPS machines are supported by the NetBSD mipsco port The portmaster is collecting detailed information on as many ARC implementation variations as possible An explanation of how to get internal details using Windows NT is available Release Info NetBSD arc 7 0 via FTP NetBSD arc 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD arc 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD arc 6 0 changes NetBSD arc 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD arc mailing list covering NetBSD s port to arc machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD arc port maintainer Supported Hardware Supported System Models Acer PICA MIPS Magnum 4000 comconsole only NEC Image RISCstation OEM of PICA NEC Express RISCserver NEC R96 NEC RISCserver 2200 NEC R96 NEC RISCstation 2200 NEC R94 NEC RISCstation 2250 NEC RD94 NEC Express5800 230 R4400 PCI NEC JC94 NEC Express5800 240 R4400 EISA NEC J96A DeskStation Tyne unstable yet Supported Peripherals SONIC ethernet interface sn NCR 53C94 SCSI controller asc floppy disk controller fdc Jazz VGA console vga PICA and Image RISCstation ISA VGA console vga RISCserver 2200 and Express5800 240 R4400 EISA TGA frame buffer tga RISCstation 2250 and Express5800

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/arc/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/atari
    spare time Currently NetBSD atari runs on the TT030 Falcon and Hades Experimental support is available for the Milan Release Info NetBSD atari 7 0 via FTP NetBSD atari 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD atari 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD atari 6 0 changes NetBSD atari 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD atari mailing list covering NetBSD s port to atari machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD atari port maintainer Supported Hardware A minimal system should have a 68030 CPU 4MB RAM of which 2MB can be ST RAM and a SCSI or IDE disk An FPU is not really necessary because the BOOT and BOOTX kernels supplied in the distribution both contain FPU emulation support Although the current emulation does not yet cover the full MC68882 instruction set you will see that you will get a very workable system ST and TT video modes including TT HIGH Falcon video except Direct Color 15 16 bit depth Hades et4000 w32 pci video adapter Hades et6000 pci and et6100 pci video adapter Builtin 5380 SCSI adapter Most SCSI disks CD ROM s tape s and ZIP drives Realtime clock SCC serial ports serial2 modem2 720Kb 1 44Mb floppy drive Parallel printer The IDE interface on both Falcon and Hades Including ATAPI The serial interface on the first 68901 UART modem1 68060 support for the Falcon CT60 63 and Hades The Falcon FX memory expansion The atari mouse A 3 button mouse see build description EtherNEC Ethernet on ROM cartridge slot current Supported VME bus devices TT030 Hades VME BVME410 Ethernet Circad Leonardo 24 bit VME graphics adapter Crazy Dots VME et4000 graphics adapter VME Riebl and possibly PAM Ethernet SMC Elite Ultra ISA Ethernet with SMC TT VME ISA bridge current Supported Hades PCI devices Adaptec

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/atari/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/bebox
    expermintal port Release Info NetBSD bebox 7 0 via FTP NetBSD bebox 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD bebox 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD bebox 6 0 changes NetBSD bebox 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD bebox mailing list covering NetBSD s port to bebox machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD bebox port maintainer Supported Hardware Supported System Models All BeBox models revisions are supported in

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/bebox/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/cats
    board Up until the release of NetBSD 1 6 this port was a part of the NetBSD arm32 port With the release of 1 6 cats is now maintained as a separate port using the core arm functionality Release Info NetBSD cats 7 0 via FTP NetBSD cats 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD cats 6 1 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD cats 6 0 changes NetBSD cats 7

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/cats/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/cesfic
    NetBSD Wiki ports NetBSD cesfic About NetBSD cesfic NetBSD cesfic is a port to the m68040 based FIC8234 VME processor board made by the swiss company CES Geneve These boards were popular in high energy physics data acquisition think of CERN Matthias Drochner is the port maintainer of NetBSD cesfic Release Info NetBSD cesfic 7 0 via FTP NetBSD cesfic 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD cesfic 6 0 pre built

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/cesfic/ (2016-02-01)
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