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 **Contents**  **Contents**
   
 [[!toc levels=2]]  [[!toc levels=2]]
   
 #Synopsis  #Synopsis
   
 HP-UX is a version of Unix for HP's PA-RISC and Integrity line of servers and workstations. HP-UX 11.x versions are pretty well supported by pkgsrc and it's also quite usable on 10.20.  HP-UX is a version of Unix for HP's PA-RISC and Integrity line of servers and workstations. HP-UX 11.x versions are pretty well supported by pkgsrc and it's also quite usable on 10.20.
 #Preparations  #Preparations
 ##pkgsrc  ##pkgsrc
   
 Simply download the pkgsrc snapshot tarball as you would do on other architectures. You can also use CVS if its avalible.  Simply download the pkgsrc snapshot tarball as you would do on other architectures. You can also use CVS if its avalible.
   
 XXX TODO: explain in pkgsrc page and link to there.  XXX TODO: explain in pkgsrc page and link to there.
 ##Patches  ##Patches
   
 Read Readme.HPUX for the required patches and prerequisites.  Read Readme.HPUX for the required patches and prerequisites.
 ##Compiler  ##Compiler
   
 You will need a compiler which can be HP's ANSI C/C++ compiler or GCC, which is availible [from HP](http://hpacxx.external.hp.com/gcc/) or other third parties.  You will need a compiler which can be HP's ANSI C/C++ compiler or GCC, which is availible [from HP](http://hpacxx.external.hp.com/gcc/) or other third parties.
 ##Bootstrap  ##Bootstrap
   
 Bootstrapping is done the usual way.  Bootstrapping is done the usual way.
   
     CC=path_to CXX=path_to ./bootstrap --abi 32 --compiler gcc      CC=path_to CXX=path_to ./bootstrap --abi 32 --compiler gcc
   
 XXX TODO: explain in pkgsrc page and link to there.  XXX TODO: explain in pkgsrc page and link to there.
 #Audio  #Audio
   
 Audio playback works pretty well on Series 700 workstations through HP Audio and esound.  Audio playback works pretty well on Series 700 workstations through HP Audio and esound.
   
 You will need to install the following depot beforehand:  You will need to install the following depot beforehand:
   
     B6865AAA -- HP Audio Clients for Series 700 - English      B6865AAA -- HP Audio Clients for Series 700 - English 
   
 You can also use libao-esd with packages which support libao.  You can also use libao-esd with packages which support libao.
 #See also  #See also
   
 * [README.HPUX](ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/current/pkgsrc/bootstrap/README.HPUX)  * [README.HPUX](ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/current/pkgsrc/bootstrap/README.HPUX)
 * [[Hardware/HP-UX TODO List]]  * [[Hardware/HP-UX TODO List]]
   

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