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 Ports are classified into three 'tiers' based on the current importance of the architecture and the level of community activity. Summarizing, the tiers can be viewed to represent ports that NetBSD will support, ports that NetBSD does its best to support, and ports which may be desupported soon. The tier for each port may change over time and is decided by <core@NetBSD.org> based on input from users and developers.  Ports are classified into three 'tiers' based on the current importance of the architecture and the level of community activity. Summarizing, the tiers can be viewed to represent ports that NetBSD will support, ports that NetBSD does its best to support, and ports which may be desupported soon. The tier for each port may change over time and is decided by <core@NetBSD.org> based on input from users and developers.
   
 ##Tier I: Focus — support is part of NetBSD's strategy  ##Tier I: Focus -- support is part of NetBSD's strategy
   
 Focus ports are the architectures that NetBSD targets as part of its strategy.<br />  Focus ports are the architectures that NetBSD targets as part of its strategy.<br />
 The platforms consist of modern server, embedded and desktop architectures.  The platforms consist of modern server, embedded and desktop architectures.
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 Currently there are 8 ports with Tier I status. They are:  Currently there are 8 ports with Tier I status. They are:
   
 <table border="0">  [[!table data="""
 <colgroup>  Port            |CPU            |Machines
 <col>  [[amd64]]       |x86_64         |64-bit x86-family machines with AMD and Intel CPUs
 <col>  [[evbarm]]      |arm            |ARM evaluation boards
 <col>  [[evbmips]]     |mips           |MIPS-based evaluation boards
 <col>  [[evbppc]]      |powerpc        |PowerPC-based evaluation boards
 </colgroup>  [[hpcarm]]      |arm            |StrongARM based Windows CE PDA machines
 <thead><tr>  [[i386]]        |i386           |32-bit x86-family generic machines ("PC clones")
 <th align="left">Port</th>  [[sparc64]]     |sparc          |Sun UltraSPARC (64-bit)
 <th align="left">CPU</th>  [[xen]]         |i386, x86_64   |Xen Virtual Machine Monitor
 <th align="left">Machines</th>  """]]
 </tr></thead>  
 <tbody>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="amd64/" target="_top">amd64</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">x86_64</td>  
 <td valign="top">Advanced Micro Devices AMD64(tm) 64-bit CPUs</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="evbarm/" target="_top">evbarm</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">ARM evaluation boards</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="evbmips/" target="_top">evbmips</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">MIPS-based evaluation boards</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="evbppc/" target="_top">evbppc</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">PowerPC-based evaluation boards</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="hpcarm/" target="_top">hpcarm</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">StrongARM based Windows CE PDA machines</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="i386/" target="_top">i386</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">i386</td>  
 <td valign="top">i386 family IBM PCs and clones</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sparc64/" target="_top">sparc64</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">sparc</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sun UltraSPARC (64-bit)</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="xen/" target="_top">xen</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">i386, x86_64</td>  
 <td valign="top">Xen Virtual Machine Monitor</td>  
 </tr>  
 </tbody>  
 </table>  
   
 ##Tier II: Organic — evolving at its own pace (top)  
   ##Tier II: Organic -- evolving at its own pace
   
 Organic ports are highly valued by the NetBSD project, but their development is not as tightly mandated as that of the focus ports. Generally speaking, the hardware platforms of organic ports have lost their industrial relevance, or there is not enough community activity for the port to make it to the first tier. The guidelines are as follows:  Organic ports are highly valued by the NetBSD project, but their development is not as tightly mandated as that of the focus ports. Generally speaking, the hardware platforms of organic ports have lost their industrial relevance, or there is not enough community activity for the port to make it to the first tier. The guidelines are as follows:
   
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 Currently there are 49 ports with Tier II status. They are:  Currently there are 49 ports with Tier II status. They are:
   
 <table border="0">  [[!table data="""
 <colgroup>  Port            |CPU            |Machines
 <col>  [[acorn26]]     |arm            |Acorn Archimedes, A-series and R-series systems
 <col>  [[acorn32]]     |arm            |Acorn RiscPC/A7000/NC and compatibles
 <col>  [[algor]]       |mips           |Algorithmics MIPS evaluation boards
 <col>  [[alpha]]       |alpha          |Digital Alpha (64-bit)
 </colgroup>  [[amiga]]       |m68k           |Commodore Amiga, MacroSystem DraCo
 <thead><tr>  [[amigappc]]    |powerpc        |PowerPC-based Amiga boards
 <th align="left">Port</th>  [[arc]]         |mips           |Machines following the Advanced RISC Computing spec
 <th align="left">CPU</th>  [[atari]]       |m68k           |Atari TT030, Falcon, Hades
 <th align="left">Machines</th>  [[bebox]]       |powerpc        |Be Inc's BeBox
 </tr></thead>  [[cats]]        |arm            |Chalice Technology's Strong Arm evaluation board
 <tbody>  [[cesfic]]      |m68k           |CES's FIC8234 VME processor board
 <tr valign="top">  [[cobalt]]      |mips           |Cobalt Networks' Microservers
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="acorn26/" target="_top">acorn26</a></td>  [[dreamcast]]   |[[sh3]]        |Sega Dreamcast game console
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  [[emips]]       |mips           |Machines based on "Extensible MIPS"
 <td valign="top">Acorn Archimedes, A-series and R-series systems</td>  [[evbsh3]]      |[[sh3]]        |Evaluation boards with Renesas (Hitachi) Super-H SH3 and SH4 CPUs
 </tr>  [[ews4800mips]] |mips           |NEC's MIPS based EWS4800 workstations
 <tr valign="top">  [[hp300]]       |m68k           |Hewlett-Packard 9000/300 and 400 series
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="acorn32/" target="_top">acorn32</a></td>  [[hp700]]       |hppa           |Hewlett-Packard 9000/700 series
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  [[hpcmips]]     |mips           |MIPS based Windows CE PDA machines
 <td valign="top">Acorn RiscPC/A7000/NC and compatibles</td>  [[hpcsh]]       |[[sh3]]        |Renesas (Hitachi) SH3 and SH4 based Windows CE PDA machines
 </tr>  [[ia64]]        |itanium        |Itanium family of processors
 <tr valign="top">  [[ibmnws]]      |powerpc        |IBM Network Station Series 1000
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="algor/" target="_top">algor</a></td>  [[iyonix]]      |arm            |Iyonix ARM pc
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  [[landisk]]     |[[sh3]]        |SH4 based NAS appliances by I-O DATA
 <td valign="top">Algorithmics MIPS evaluation boards</td>  [[luna68k]]     |m68k           |OMRON Tateisi Electronics' LUNA series
 </tr>  [[mac68k]]      |m68k           |Apple Macintosh
 <tr valign="top">  [[macppc]]      |powerpc        |Apple Power Macintosh and clones
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="alpha/" target="_top">alpha</a></td>  [[mipsco]]      |mips           |Mips family of workstations and servers
 <td valign="top">alpha</td>  [[mmeye]]       |[[sh3]]        |Brains' mmEye Multi Media Server
 <td valign="top">Digital Alpha (64-bit)</td>  [[mvme68k]]     |m68k           |Motorola MVME 68k SBCs
 </tr>  [[mvmeppc]]     |powerpc        |Motorola MVME PowerPC SBCs
 <tr valign="top">  [[netwinder]]   |arm            |StrongARM based NetWinder machines
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="amiga/" target="_top">amiga</a></td>  [[news68k]]     |arm            |Sony's m68k based "NET WORK STATION" series
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  [[newsmips]]    |mips           |Sony's MIPS based "NET WORK STATION" series
 <td valign="top">Commodore Amiga, MacroSystem DraCo</td>  [[next68k]]     |m68k           |NeXT 68k 'black' hardware
 </tr>  [[ofppc]]       |powerpc        |Generic OpenFirmware compliant PowerPC machines
 <tr valign="top">  [[pmax]]        |mips           |Digital MIPS-based DECstations and DECsystems
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="amigappc/" target="_top">amigappc</a></td>  [[prep]]        |powerpc        |PReP (PowerPC Reference Platform) and CHRP machines
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  [[rs6000]]      |powerpc        |MCA-based IBM RS/6000 workstations
 <td valign="top">PowerPC-based Amiga boards</td>  [[sandpoint]]   |powerpc        |Motorola Sandpoint reference platform
 </tr>  [[sbmips]]      |mips           |Broadcom SiByte evaluation boards
 <tr valign="top">  [[sgimips]]     |mips           |Silicon Graphics' MIPS-based workstations
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="arc/" target="_top">arc</a></td>  [[shark]]       |arm            |Digital DNARD ("shark")
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  [[sparc]]       |sparc          |Sun SPARC (32-bit)
 <td valign="top">Machines following the Advanced RISC Computing spec</td>  [[sun2]]        |m68k           |Sun 2
 </tr>  [[sun3]]        |m68k           |Sun 3 and 3x
 <tr valign="top">  [[vax]]         |vax            |Digital VAX
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="atari/" target="_top">atari</a></td>  [[x68k]]        |m68k           |Sharp X680x0 series
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  [[zaurus]]      |arm            |Sharp C7x0/C860/C1000/C3x00 series PDA
 <td valign="top">Atari TT030, Falcon, Hades</td>  """]]
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="bebox/" target="_top">bebox</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">Be Inc's BeBox</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="cats/" target="_top">cats</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">Chalice Technology's Strong Arm evaluation board</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="cesfic/" target="_top">cesfic</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">CES's FIC8234 VME processor board</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="cobalt/" target="_top">cobalt</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">Cobalt Networks' Microservers</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="dreamcast/" target="_top">dreamcast</a></td>  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sh3/" target="_top">sh3</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">Sega Dreamcast game console</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="emips/" target="_top">emips</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">Machines based on "Extensible MIPS"</td>  
 <td valign="top">none</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="evbsh3/" target="_top">evbsh3</a></td>  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sh3/" target="_top">sh3</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">Evaluation boards with Renesas (Hitachi) Super-H SH3 and SH4 CPUs</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="ews4800mips/" target="_top">ews4800mips</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">NEC's MIPS based EWS4800 workstations</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="hp300/" target="_top">hp300</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">Hewlett-Packard 9000/300 and 400 series</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="hp700/" target="_top">hp700</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">hppa</td>  
 <td valign="top">Hewlett-Packard 9000/700 series</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="hpcmips/" target="_top">hpcmips</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">MIPS based Windows CE PDA machines</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="hpcsh/" target="_top">hpcsh</a></td>  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sh3/" target="_top">sh3</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">Renesas (Hitachi) SH3 and SH4 based Windows CE PDA machines</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="ia64/" target="_top">ia64</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">itanium</td>  
 <td valign="top">Itanium family of processors</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="ibmnws/" target="_top">ibmnws</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">IBM Network Station Series 1000</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="iyonix/" target="_top">iyonix</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">Iyonix ARM pc</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="landisk/" target="_top">landisk</a></td>  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sh3/" target="_top">sh3</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">SH4 based NAS appliances by I-O DATA</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="luna68k/" target="_top">luna68k</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">OMRON Tateisi Electronics' LUNA series</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="mac68k/" target="_top">mac68k</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">Apple Macintosh</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="macppc/" target="_top">macppc</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">Apple Power Macintosh and clones</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="mipsco/" target="_top">mipsco</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">Mips family of workstations and servers</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="mmeye/" target="_top">mmeye</a></td>  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sh3/" target="_top">sh3</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">Brains' mmEye Multi Media Server</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="mvme68k/" target="_top">mvme68k</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">Motorola MVME 68k SBCs</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="mvmeppc/" target="_top">mvmeppc</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">Motorola MVME PowerPC SBCs</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="netwinder/" target="_top">netwinder</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">StrongARM based NetWinder machines</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="news68k/" target="_top">news68k</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sony's m68k based "NET WORK STATION" series</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="newsmips/" target="_top">newsmips</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sony's MIPS based "NET WORK STATION" series</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="next68k/" target="_top">next68k</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">NeXT 68k 'black' hardware</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="ofppc/" target="_top">ofppc</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">Generic OpenFirmware compliant PowerPC machines</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="pmax/" target="_top">pmax</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">Digital MIPS-based DECstations and DECsystems</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="prep/" target="_top">prep</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">PReP (PowerPC Reference Platform) and CHRP machines</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="rs6000/" target="_top">rs6000</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">MCA-based IBM RS/6000 workstations</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sandpoint/" target="_top">sandpoint</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">Motorola Sandpoint reference platform</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sbmips/" target="_top">sbmips</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">Broadcom SiByte evaluation boards</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sgimips/" target="_top">sgimips</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">mips</td>  
 <td valign="top">Silicon Graphics' MIPS-based workstations</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="shark/" target="_top">shark</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">Digital DNARD ("shark")</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sparc/" target="_top">sparc</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">sparc</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sun SPARC (32-bit)</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sun2/" target="_top">sun2</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sun 2</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sun3/" target="_top">sun3</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sun 3 and 3x</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="vax/" target="_top">vax</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">vax</td>  
 <td valign="top">Digital VAX</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="x68k/" target="_top">x68k</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sharp X680x0 series</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="zaurus/" target="_top">zaurus</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">Sharp C7x0/C860/C1000/C3x00 series PDA</td>  
 </tr>  
 </tbody>  
 </table>  
   
 ##Tier III: Life Support — severely incapacitated or broken  ##Tier III: Life Support -- severely incapacitated or broken
   
 Ports are moved to life support if they no longer function. The reasons can range from lack of community interest to the hardware becoming so rare that it is simply not available any more. If ports in life support are not shown to be working within a reasonable timeframe, they will be moved to the Attic. The guidelines are as follows:  Ports are moved to life support if they no longer function. The reasons can range from lack of community interest to the hardware becoming so rare that it is simply not available any more. If ports in life support are not shown to be working within a reasonable timeframe, they will be moved to the Attic. The guidelines are as follows:
   
Line 369  userland binaries (with a few device spe Line 118  userland binaries (with a few device spe
 Both big endian (eb) and little endian (el) MIPS and SH3  Both big endian (eb) and little endian (el) MIPS and SH3
 ports are supported.  ports are supported.
   
 <table border="0">  [[!table data="""
 <colgroup>  CPU             |Tier(s)        |Ports(s)
 <col class="c1">  alpha           |II             |[[alpha]]
 <col class="c2">  arm             |I, II          |[[acorn26]] [[acorn32]] [[cats]] [[evbarm]] [[hpcarm]] [[iyonix]] [[netwinder]] [[shark]] [[zaurus]]
 <col class="c3">  hppa            |II             |[[hp700]]
 </colgroup>  i386            |I              |[[i386]] [[xen]]
 <thead><tr>  m68010          |II             |[[sun2]]
 <th align="left">CPU</th>  m68k            |II             |[[amiga]] [[atari]] [[cesfic]] [[hp300]] [[luna68k]] [[mac68k]] [[mvme68k]] [[news68k]] [[next68k]] [[sun3]] [[x68k]]
 <th align="left">Tier(s)</th>  mipseb          |I, II          |[[emips]] [[evbmips]] [[ews4800mips]] [[mipsco]] [[newsmips]] [[sbmips]] [[sgimips]]
 <th align="left">Port(s)</th>  mipsel          |I, II          |[[algor]] [[arc]] [[cobalt]] [[evbmips]] [[hpcmips]] [[pmax]] [[sbmips]]
 </tr></thead>  powerpc         |I, II          |[[amigappc]] [[bebox]] [[evbppc]] [[ibmnws]] [[macppc]] [[mvmeppc]] [[ofppc]] [[prep]]] [[rs6000]] [[sandpoint]]
 <tbody>  [[sh3eb|sh3]]   |II             |[[evbsh3]] [[mmeye]]
 <tr valign="top">  [[sh3el|sh3]]   |II             |[[dreamcast]] [[evbsh3]] [[landisk]] [[hpcsh]]
 <td valign="top">alpha</td>  sparc           |II             |[[sparc]]
 <td valign="top">II</td>  sparc64         |I              |[[sparc64]] (Can also run sparc binaries)
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="alpha/" target="_top">alpha</a></td>  vax             |II             |[[vax]]
 </tr>  x86_64          |I              |[[amd64]] (Can also run i386 binaries), xen
 <tr valign="top">  """]]
 <td valign="top">arm</td>  
 <td valign="top">I, II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="acorn26/" target="_top">acorn26</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="acorn32/" target="_top">acorn32</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="cats/" target="_top">cats</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="evbarm/" target="_top">evbarm</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="hpcarm/" target="_top">hpcarm</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="iyonix/" target="_top">iyonix</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="netwinder/" target="_top">netwinder</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="shark/" target="_top">shark</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="zaurus/" target="_top">zaurus</a>&nbsp;  
                   </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">hppa</td>  
 <td valign="top">II</td>  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="hp700/" target="_top">hp700</a></td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">i386</td>  
 <td valign="top">I</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="i386/" target="_top">i386</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="xen/" target="_top">xen</a>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">m68010</td>  
 <td valign="top">II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="sun2/" target="_top">sun2</a>&nbsp;</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">m68k</td>  
 <td valign="top">II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="amiga/" target="_top">amiga</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="atari/" target="_top">atari</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="cesfic/" target="_top">cesfic</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="hp300/" target="_top">hp300</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="luna68k/" target="_top">luna68k</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="mac68k/" target="_top">mac68k</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="mvme68k/" target="_top">mvme68k</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="news68k/" target="_top">news68k</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="next68k/" target="_top">next68k</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="sun3/" target="_top">sun3</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="x68k/" target="_top">x68k</a>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">mipseb</td>  
 <td valign="top">I, II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
                     <a class="ulink" href="emips/" target="_top">emips</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="evbmips/" target="_top">evbmips</a>  
                     <a class="ulink" href="ews4800mips/" target="_top">ews4800mips</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="mipsco/" target="_top">mipsco</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="newsmips/" target="_top">newsmips</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="sbmips/" target="_top">sbmips</a>  
                     <a class="ulink" href="sgimips/" target="_top">sgimips</a>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">mipsel</td>  
 <td valign="top">I, II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="algor/" target="_top">algor</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="arc/" target="_top">arc</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="cobalt/" target="_top">cobalt</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="evbmips/" target="_top">evbmips</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="hpcmips/" target="_top">hpcmips</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="pmax/" target="_top">pmax</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="sbmips/" target="_top">sbmips</a>&nbsp;</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">powerpc</td>  
 <td valign="top">I, II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="amigappc/" target="_top">amigappc</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="bebox/" target="_top">bebox</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="evbppc/" target="_top">evbppc</a>  
                     <a class="ulink" href="ibmnws/" target="_top">ibmnws</a>  
                     <a class="ulink" href="macppc/" target="_top">macppc</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="mvmeppc/" target="_top">mvmeppc</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="ofppc/" target="_top">ofppc</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="prep/" target="_top">prep</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="rs6000/" target="_top">rs6000</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="sandpoint/" target="_top">sandpoint</a>&nbsp;</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sh3/" target="_top">sh3eb</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="evbsh3/" target="_top">evbsh3</a>  
                     <a class="ulink" href="mmeye/" target="_top">mmeye</a>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="sh3/" target="_top">sh3el</a></td>  
 <td valign="top">II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="dreamcast/" target="_top">dreamcast</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="evbsh3/" target="_top">evbsh3</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="landisk/" target="_top">landisk</a>&nbsp;  
                     <a class="ulink" href="hpcsh/" target="_top">hpcsh</a>&nbsp;</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">sparc</td>  
 <td valign="top">II</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="sparc/" target="_top">sparc</a>&nbsp;</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">sparc64</td>  
 <td valign="top">I</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="sparc64/" target="_top">sparc64</a> (Can also run sparc binaries)</td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">vax</td>  
 <td valign="top">II</td>  
 <td valign="top"><a class="ulink" href="vax/" target="_top">vax</a></td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr valign="top">  
 <td valign="top">x86_64</td>  
 <td valign="top">I</td>  
 <td valign="top">  
 <a class="ulink" href="amd64/" target="_top">amd64</a> (Can also run i386 binaries), xen</td>  
 </tr>  
 </tbody>  
 </table>  

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