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 ## Supported platforms  ## Supported platforms
   
 NetBSD supports many platforms, including the popular PC platform (i386 and  NetBSD supports many platforms, including the popular PC platform (i386 and
 amd64), SPARC and UltraSPARC, Alpha, Amiga, Atari, and m68k and PowerPC based  amd64), ARM, SPARC and UltraSPARC, Alpha, Amiga, Atari, and m68k and PowerPC based
 Apple Macintosh machines. Technical details for all of them can be found on  Apple Macintosh machines. Technical details for all of them can be found on
 [the NetBSD site](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/).  [the NetBSD site](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/).
   
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 Aside from the standard Unix productivity tools, editors, formatters, C/C++  Aside from the standard Unix productivity tools, editors, formatters, C/C++
 compilers and debuggers and so on that are included with the base system, there  compilers and debuggers and so on that are included with the base system, there
 is a huge collection of packages (currently over 8,000) that can be installed  is a huge collection of packages (currently over 18,000) that can be installed
 both from source and in pre-compiled form. All the packages that you expect to  both from source and in pre-compiled form. All the packages that you expect to
 find on a well configured system are available for NetBSD for free. The  find on a well configured system are available for NetBSD for free. The
 framework that makes this possible, pkgsrc, also includes a number of commercial  framework that makes this possible, pkgsrc, also includes a number of commercial
Line 93  applications. In addition, NetBSD provid Line 93  applications. In addition, NetBSD provid
 emulation is probably the most relevant example. You can run the Linux versions  emulation is probably the most relevant example. You can run the Linux versions
 of  of
   
  * Firefox   * Matlab
  * the Adobe Flash player plugin   * the Adobe Flash player plugin
  * Acrobat Reader   * Acrobat Reader
  * many other programs   * many other programs
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 ## How to get NetBSD  ## How to get NetBSD
   
 NetBSD is an Open Source operating system, and as such it is freely available  NetBSD is an Open Source operating system, and as such it is freely available
 for download from [ftp.NetBSD.org](ftp://ftp.NetBSD.org) and its  for download from [cdn.NetBSD.org](http://cdn.NetBSD.org) and its
 [mirrors](http://www.NetBSD.org/mirrors/).  [mirrors](http://www.NetBSD.org/mirrors/).
   
 There is no "official" supplier of NetBSD CD-ROMs but there are various  
 resellers. You can find the most up to date list on the relevant  
 [page](http://www.NetBSD.org/sites/cdroms.html) on the NetBSD site.  
   

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