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  • NetBSD/mvmeppc
    development on 68k and PowerPC based SBC VME modules Development activity on NetBSD mvmeppc continues at a speed that depends on people s spare time and access to hardware NetBSD runs on a subset of the now obsolete MVME160x family of PowerPC based MVME boards but support for more recent boards will be added as and when hardware becomes available to NetBSD developers Release Info NetBSD mvmeppc 7 0 via

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/mvmeppc/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/netwinder
    History Emulators Packages Browse packages Release engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki ports NetBSD netwinder About NetBSD netwinder NetBSD netwinder is a port of NetBSD to StrongARM based NetWinder machines Release Info NetBSD netwinder 7 0 via FTP NetBSD netwinder 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD netwinder 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD netwinder 6 0 changes NetBSD netwinder 7 0 changes Mailing

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/netwinder/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/news68k
    packages Release engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki ports NetBSD news68k About NetBSD news68k NetBSD news68k is the port of NetBSD to SONY s m68k based NET WORK STATION series More information on these machines is available NetBSD news68k port is based on NetBSD newsmips and NetBSD m68k ports Release Info NetBSD news68k 7 0 via FTP NetBSD news68k 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD news68k 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD news68k 6 0 changes NetBSD news68k 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD news68k mailing list covering NetBSD s port to news68k machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD news68k port maintainer Supported Hardware Supported system models Currently only single mc68030 based models are supported by NetBSD news68k NWS 1750 PWS 1560 NWS 1450 NWS 1460 NWS 1530 NWS 1580 PWS 1550 NWS 1250 not tested for many years needs volunteers Supported peripherals On board LANCE ethernet interface le 4 On board SONY CXD1180 SCSI interface si 4 Most SCSI devices keyboard kb mouse ms On board Z8530 serial interfaces zsc 4 framebuffers romcons Unsupported Hardware mc68020 based systems NWS 700 800 IOP based systems NWS 800 1800 CXD1185 SCSI interface on

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/news68k/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/news68k Frequently Asked Questions
    without a socket How should I set the DIP switches news68k machines have one block of 8 dip switches Table 1 Switch 1 2 3 console settings OFF OFF OFF ANSI terminals i e serial console OFF OFF ON NWB 512 monochrome bitmap console ON OFF OFF NWB 225A color bitmap console ON ON ON newer framebuffers which support autoselection functions NWS 251 NWB 514 etc Table 2 Switch 4 boot device OFF boot from SCSI disk hd ON boot from floppy disk fh Table 3 Switch 5 autoboot OFF PROM monitor ON auto boot Table 4 Switch 6 diagnostic OFF Diag off default ON Diag on Table 5 witch 7 8 unused default off How can I turn off the machine other than by unplugging the cable Just press the RESET button without POWER or use the off command on the PROM prompt NetBSD news68k install floppy does not boot There are some reports that some news1500 machines cannot boot the install floppy because of read errors It might be caused by a bug in the PROM monitor or boot loader but could be actual media errors Try cleaning up your drive and booting several times with several disks Kernel prints level 3 interrupt forever after boot with power cycle Some old versions of PROM monitors do not initialize framebuffers in expansion slots properly when serial console is specified which leads to the framebuffer causing spurious interrupts The workaround is to reset the machine using the POWER RESET method mentioned above with bitmap console settings once and then reset again with serial console Can I install both NetBSD and NEWS OS in the same disk It is not well tested and not recommended but yes it is possible NetBSD news68k can recognize NEWS OS disklabels and mount NEWS OS disks but once NetBSD modifies the NEWS OS disklabel NEWS OS cannot recognize them It is recommended to install each OS on its own disk PROM monitor Questions What commands can I use at the PROM prompt The help command will show all the commands On a NWS 1750 it says NEWS help bf b w l Block Fill bm Block Move bo BOot bp BreakPoint set cp CoPy format fd fh FORMAT floppy go GO to user program help display this md b w l Memory Display ms b w l Memory Set mu Memory Usage nobp NO BreakPoint off turn power OFF rc Re assign Console rd dreg areg preg creg mreg Register Display rr Register Reset rs Register Set set SET variable st Stack back Trace tr branch dreg areg preg creg mreg instruction TRace vers VERSion number NEWS Other machines might print these messages differently but they should be mostly the same For the boot command you can specify the following options Table 6 bo boot from default device usually sd0 bo 1 boot with RB ASKNAME i e ask for root device before mountroot bo 2 boot with RB SINGLE i e go to single

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/news68kfaq/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/newsmips
    ports NetBSD newsmips About NetBSD newsmips NetBSD newsmips is the port of NetBSD to SONY s MIPS based NET WORK STATION series More information on these machines is available THe NetBSD newsmips port is based on NetBSD mips pmax and 4 4BSD Lite2 m68k based NEWS machines are supported by the NetBSD news68k port Release Info NetBSD newsmips 7 0 via FTP NetBSD newsmips 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD newsmips 6 0 changes NetBSD newsmips 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD newsmips mailing list covering NetBSD s port to newsmips machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD newsmips port maintainer Supported Hardware Supported System Models Currently only single CPU models are supported by NetBSD newsmips R3000 and hyper bus based models NWS 3470D NWS 3410 NWS 3460 NWS 3710 NWS 3720 R4000 4400 and apbus based models NWS 5000 Supported Peripherals On board LANCE ethernet interface le 4 On board SONIC ethernet interface sn 4 On board SONY CXD1185 SCSI interface sc 4 On board HP SPIFI3 SE SCSI interface spifi Most SCSI devices On board Z8530 serial interface zsc 4 keyboard kb and mouse ms NWB 253 framebuffer fb text only XA framebuffer on news5000 xafb text only NWB

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/newsmips/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/next68k
    next68k 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD next68k 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD next68k 6 0 changes NetBSD next68k 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD next68k mailing list covering NetBSD s port to next68k machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD next68k port maintainer Supported Hardware Supported System Models Only non ADB keyboards and mice are supported NeXTcube NeXT X15 25 Mhz 68040 NeXTstation a k a slab NeXT WARP9 25 Mhz 68040 NeXTstation Color a k a color slab NeXT WARP9C 25 Mhz 68040 NeXTcube Turbo NeXT TURBO MONO 33 Mhz 68040 NeXTstation Turbo a k a turbo slab NeXT TURBO MONO 33 Mhz 68040 NeXTstation Color Turbo a k a color turbo slab NeXT TURBO COLOR 33 Mhz 68040 Supported Hardware Serial interfaces zs Zilog 8530 serial ports which can be used as the system console if desired Framebuffers nextdisplay 2 bpp mono NeXTcube NeXTstation and NeXTstation Turbo nextdisplay 16 bpp color NeXTstation Color and NeXTstation Color Turbo Network interfaces xe On board 10 Mbps ethernet SCSI interfaces esp On board ESP100A SCSI controller Input devices nextkbd non ADB keyboard Miscellaneous Battery backed real time clock Additional Info Available Projects Anyone else interested is more

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/next68k/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/next68k: Frequently Asked Questions
    boot from device S fcode open function code address space R radix set input radix Notes lwb select long word byte length default long alist is starting address or list of addresses to cyclically examine Examine command eith no arguments uses last alist Copyright c 1988 1990 NeXT Inc NeXT boot command sd DRAM tests yes perform power on system test yes sound out tests yes SCSI tests yes loop until keypress no verbose test mode no boot extended diagnostics no serial port A is alternate console no allow any ROM command even if password protected no allow boot from any device even if password protected no allow optical drive 0 eject even if password protected yes enable parity checking if parity memory is present no Hardware How do the keyboard mouse and monitor connect to the NeXT hardware For monochrome systems NeXT Computer NeXTcube NeXTstation NeXTcube Turbo and NeXTstation Turbo without a NeXTdimension board a 19 pin cable connects the system to the mono MegaPixel Display The cable carries power for the monitor video for the monitor sound in and out and the keyboard mouse connector The keyboard plugs into the monitor and the mouse plugs into the keyboard For color systems NeXTstation Color and NeXTstation Color Turbo a funky Y Cable connects the system to a soundbox and to a monitor The monitor end of the cable is a 13W3 connector You can use any multisync monitor with the appropriate adapter or a fixed frequency monitor supporting the appropriate refresh rate NeXTstation Color supports 68 Hz refresh at 1280x1024 NeXTstation Color Turbo supports 72 Hz refresh The soundbox provides the additional functionality of the mono MegaPixel Display sound in and out and keyboard mouse connector The keyboard plugs into the soundbox and the mouse plugs into the keyboard For cube systems with a NeXTdimension board the refresh rate is 68 Hz If the cube is using a mono MegaPixel Display in addition to the NeXTdimension driven display a simple 13W3 cable is used to connect the monitor to the NeXTdimension If the cube is not using a mono MegaPixel Display you must use a Y cable and a soundbox connected to the NeXTdimension board Differentiating ADB and non ADB keyboards and mice Currently only non ADB keyboards and mice are supported Non ADB keyboards use a mini DIN connector with 5 pins Non ADB keyboards have a black power key between the brightness and volume keys Non ADB mice use a mini DIN 8 connector Non ADB mice are rectangular All NeXT hardware supports these peripherals with the original mono MegaPixel Display N4000 or N4000A or a non ADB soundbox serial number prefix ABN The ADB monitor and soundbox cables will work with non ADB monitors and soundboxes Non ADB monitor cables part numbers 150 or 1532 and soundbox cables part number 2286 only work with non ADB monitors and soundboxes ADB cables have mini DIN 4 connectors ADB NeXT keyboards have a flat green power button ADB

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  • NetBSD/ofppc
    port of NetBSD to the OpenFirmware and CHRP Common Hardware Reference Platform PowerPC machines and original implementation of NetBSD for the PowerPC processor Release Info NetBSD ofppc 7 0 via FTP NetBSD ofppc 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD ofppc 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD ofppc 6 0 changes NetBSD ofppc 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD ofppc mailing list covering NetBSD s port to ofppc

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