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    1: [[!template id=port
    2: port="amiga"
    3: cur_rel="6.0"  
    4: future_rel="7.0"
    5: changes_cur="6.0"
    6: changes_future="7.0"
    7: thumbnail="http://www.netbsd.org/images/ports/amiga/header.gif"
    8: about="""
    9: NetBSD/amiga is the port of NetBSD to the Amiga line of personal computers by
   10: Commodore and [Amiga International](http://www.amiga.com/) and to the DraCo by
   11: [MacroSystem GmbH](http://www.macrosystem.de/).
   12: 
   13: Development activity on NetBSD/amiga continues at a speed dependent on people's
   14: spare time. Currently, NetBSD/amiga runs on any Amiga <sup>[\[1\]](#ftn.gvp-accelerator)</sup><a name="gvp-accelerator"></a>
   15: that has a Motorola 68020 or better CPU with some form of MMU, and on 68060
   16: DraCos. For 68020 and 68030 systems, a FPU is recommended but not required.
   17: 68LC040, 68040V and 68LC060 systems don't work correctly at the moment.
   18: 
   19: Due to the MMU requirement, it will not run on A500, A600, A1000, A1200, A2000,
   20: A4000/EC030, CDTV or CD32 out of the box. You must install a CPU board on them
   21: to run NetBSD.
   22: 
   23: The minimum RAM requirement is about 24 MB FASTMEM, the minimum hard disk space
   24: needed is about 250 MB, depending on how much system components you install.
   25: Check the install document for more details. 
   26: """
   27: supported_hardware="""
   28: 
   29: * IDE controllers:
   30:   * A4000/A1200 builtin
   31:   * Buddha, Catweasel/Z2
   32:   * ELBOX FastATA 1200 (Mk-III, Mk-IV) (6.0)
   33:   * Individual Computers X-Surf IDE controller (current)
   34: 
   35: * SCSI host adapters:
   36:   * 33c93 based boards: A2091, A3000 builtin, A3000 builtin modified for Apollo
   37:     accellerator, GVP series II
   38:   * 53c80 based boards: Hacker, 12 Gauge, IVS, Wordsync/Bytesync,
   39:     Emplant <sup>[\[2\]](#ftn.emplant-scsi)</sup><a name="emplant-scsi"></a>
   40:   * 53c710 based boards: A4000T, A4091, BlizzardPPC 603e+ (6.0), Magnum, Warp
   41:     Engine, Zeus, DraCo builtin SCSI
   42:   * FAS216 based SCSI boards: FastLane Z3, Blizzard I and II, Blizzard IV,
   43:     Blizzard 2060, CyberSCSI Mk I and II
   44:   * Cyberstorm Mk III / Cyberstorm PPC
   45: 
   46: * PCI bridges:
   47:   * ELBOX Mediator PCI (current): Mediator PCI 1200, Mediator PCI 1200 LT2,
   48:     Mediator PCI 1200 LT4, Mediator PCI 1200 SX, Mediator PCI 1200 TX
   49:     Mediator PCI 4000D, Mediator PCI 3000D, Mediator 4000Di, Mediator 3/4000T
   50:   * Phase5 PCI bridge: CyberVision PPC (6.0), BlizzardVision PPC (6.0), G-REX
   51:     1200 (current), G-REX 4000 (current),
   52:   * Prometheus PCI bridge (6.0)
   53: 
   54: * Clockports:
   55:   * Amiga 1200 on-board clockport (current)
   56:   * Generic Zorro-based clockport (currently X-Surf only) (current)
   57: 
   58: * Video controllers:
   59:   * 3Dfx Voodoo 3, 3Dfx Voodoo Banshee (current) <sup>[\[3\]](#ftn.voodoo-footnote)</sup><a name="voodoo-footnote"></a>
   60:   * A2410 <sup>[\[5\]](#ftn.no-X-retina-a2410)</sup><a name="no-X-retina-a2410"></a>
   61:   * Cirrus CL GD 54xx based boards: GVP Spectrum, Picasso II, II+ and IV,
   62:     Piccolo, Piccolo SD64
   63:   * CyberVision 64
   64:   * CyberVision 64/3D
   65:   * CyberVision PPC, BlizzardVision PPC (6.0) <sup>[\[4\]](#ftn.cvppc-footnote)</sup><a name="cvppc-footnote"></a>
   66:   * ECS, AGA and A2024 built in on various Amigas
   67:   * Retina Z2 <sup>[\[5\]](#no-X-retina-a2410)</sup><a name="no-X-retina-a2410"></a>,
   68:     Retina Z3, Altais
   69:   * Tseng ET4000 based boards: Domino and Domino16M proto, oMniBus, Merlin
   70: 
   71: * Audio I/O:
   72:   * Amiga builtin (8bit and 14bit modes)
   73:   * Melody Mpeg-audio layer 2 board <sup>[\[6\]](#ftn.draco-zorro)</sup><a name="draco-zorro"></a>
   74:   * Repulse audio board
   75:   * Toccata audio board
   76: 
   77: * Ethernet controllers:
   78:   * A2065, Hydra, ASDG LanRover, A4066, Ariadne, Quicknet Ethernet
   79:   * AriadneII Ethernet
   80:   * Individual Computers X-Surf / X-Surf 2 / X-Surf 3CC
   81:   * Some PCMCIA cards in the A1200 (tested with a few network cards only) <sup>[\[7\]](#ftn.pcmcia-ethernet)</sup><a name="pcmcia-ethernet"></a>
   82:   * NE2000-compatible PCI cards <sup>[\[8\]](#ftn.pci-ethernet)</sup><a name="pci-ethernet"></a> (6.0)
   83: 
   84: * ARCnet controllers:
   85:   * A2060 ARCnet 
   86: 
   87: * ISDN controllers:
   88:   * BSC ISDN Master
   89:   * BSC ISDN Master II
   90:   * ITH ISDN Master II <sup>[\[6\]](#ftn.draco-zorro)</sup><a name="draco-zorro"></a>
   91:   * VMC ISDN Blaster
   92:   * Zeus Development ISDN link
   93:   * Individual Computers ISDN Surfer
   94: 
   95: * Tape drives:
   96:   * Most SCSI tape drives, including Archive Viper, Cipher SCSI-2 ST150 
   97: 
   98: * Scanners: With the machine independent PINT interface integrated, these should
   99:   work:
  100:   * SCSI-2 scanners behaving as SCSI-2 scanner devices
  101:   * HP Scanjet II <sup>[\[9\]](#ftn.scsi-scanners)</sup><a name="scsi-scanners"></a>
  102:   * Mustek SCSI scanner <sup>[\[9\]](#ftn.scsi-scanners)</sup><a name="scsi-scanners"></a>
  103: 
  104: * CD-ROM drives:
  105:   * Most SCSI CD-ROM drives 
  106: 
  107: * Serial ports on these boards:
  108:   * Amiga builtin
  109:   * DraCo builtin, including serial mouse port
  110:   * A2232 (normal and turbo modes)
  111:   * MultiFaceCard II and III
  112:   * HyperCom Z3 (serial only), HyperCom 4, 3+ and 4+ (not the A1200 clockport
  113:     models!)
  114:   * Individual Computers SilverSurfer (current)
  115: 
  116: * Parallel printer ports on these boards:
  117:   * Amiga builtin
  118:   * DraCo builtin
  119:   * HyperCom 3+ and 4+
  120: * Amiga floppy drives with Amiga (880kB/1760kB) and IBM (720kB/1440 kB) block
  121:   encoding.
  122: * Amiga mouse.
  123: * Real-time clocks: A2000, A3000, A4000 builtin; DraCo builtin (r/o);
  124:   A2000-RTC-clone on some A1200 accelerator boards.
  125: 
  126: <div class="footnotes">
  127: <hr width="100" align="left">
  128: <div id="ftn.gvp-accelerator" class="footnote">
  129:       <p><a href="#gvp-accelerator" class="para"><sup class="para">[1] </sup></a>There has been a report that the GVP '030/50MHz accelerator only
  130:       works when all memory banks are switched to <span class="quote">&#8220;<span class="quote">Extended</span>&#8221;</span>
  131:       (J12?).</p>
  132:     </div>
  133: <div id="ftn.emplant-scsi" class="footnote">
  134:             <p><a href="#emplant-scsi" class="para"><sup class="para">[2] </sup></a>The Emplant SCSI adapter has been reported by a party to hang
  135:             after doing part of the installation without problems.
  136:             </p>
  137:           </div>
  138: <div id="ftn.voodoo-footnote" class="footnote">
  139:               <p><a href="#voodoo-footnote" class="para"><sup class="para">[3] </sup></a>3Dfx Voodoo 3 and Banshee cards are only supported with 
  140: 	      wscons and only if installed in a compatible PCI bridge. Voodoo 4
  141: 	      and Voodoo 5 boards might work but are untested. X server is not 
  142: 	      supported on Voodoo yet. Currently Voodoo needs initialization in
  143: 	      AmigaOS before starting the NetBSD (unless used with G-REX, which
  144: 	      does this on a firmware level).</p>
  145:             </div>
  146: <div id="ftn.cvppc-footnote" class="footnote">
  147:               <p><a href="#cvppc-footnote" class="para"><sup class="para">[4] </sup></a>CVPPC/BVPPC cards are only supported with wscons and only
  148: 	      with unaccelearted genfb driver. X server is not supported on 
  149: 	      these cards yet.</p>
  150: 	    </div>
  151: <div id="ftn.no-X-retina-a2410" class="footnote">
  152:               <p><a href="#no-X-retina-a2410" class="para"><sup class="para">[5] </sup></a>No X server for Retina Z2 and A2410, currently.</p>
  153:             </div>
  154: <div id="ftn.draco-zorro" class="footnote">
  155:             <p><a href="#draco-zorro" class="para"><sup class="para">[6] </sup></a>The DraCo Zorro-2 bus does not recognize a couple of boards
  156:             (known: Melody Z2, ITH ISDN Master II).  Worse: boards in
  157:             ConfigIn/ConfigOut order behind them won't be found, either. This
  158:             is not a NetBSD problem, but a design problem in the board (yes,
  159:             right).</p>
  160:           </div>
  161: <div id="ftn.pcmcia-ethernet" class="footnote">
  162:             <p><a href="#pcmcia-ethernet" class="para"><sup class="para">[7] </sup></a>Due to bugs in amiga-specific PCMCIA code only NE2000-compatible
  163: 	    cards are expected to work.</p>
  164: 	    </div>
  165: <div id="ftn.pci-ethernet" class="footnote">
  166:             <p><a href="#pci-ethernet" class="para"><sup class="para">[8] </sup></a>PCI network cards are supported only when installed in a 
  167: 	    compatible PCI bridge.</p>
  168: 	    </div>
  169: <div id="ftn.scsi-scanners" class="footnote">
  170:             <p><a href="#scsi-scanners" class="simpara"><sup class="simpara">[9] </sup></a>There are reports that the Mustek and HP Scanjet scanners
  171:             hang if accessed from the A3000. This might apply to other
  172:             33C93-adapters, too.</p>
  173:           </div>
  174: </div>
  175: </div></div>
  176: 
  177: """
  178: ]]
  179: [[!tag tier2port]]

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