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version 1.6, 2014/01/13 09:43:28 version 1.7, 2020/09/09 15:26:11
Line 22  revision). The HP Boot ROM uses the **HP Line 22  revision). The HP Boot ROM uses the **HP
 to download the boot code from the server. The server must run a daemon  to download the boot code from the server. The server must run a daemon
 capable of responding to HP RMP boot requests. If your server runs  capable of responding to HP RMP boot requests. If your server runs
 NetBSD, it has  NetBSD, it has
 *[rbootd(8)](http://netbsd.gw.com/cgi-bin/man-cgi?rbootd+8)*  *[[!template id=man name="rbootd" section="8"]]*
 in the base system. If your server runs another OS, like Linux or  in the base system. If your server runs another OS, like Linux or
 Solaris, you can try [YAMAMORI Takenori's *sun-rbootd*  Solaris, you can try [YAMAMORI Takenori's *sun-rbootd*
 package](http://www15.big.or.jp/~yamamori/sun/netbsd-hp_e.html).  package](http://www15.big.or.jp/~yamamori/sun/netbsd-hp_e.html).
   
 To set up your NetBSD/hp300 workstation, follow the  To set up your NetBSD/hp300 workstation, follow the
 *[diskless(8)](http://netbsd.gw.com/cgi-bin/man-cgi?diskless+8)*  *[[!template id=man name="diskless" section="8"]]*
 man page. For more detailed instructions, see the [Diskless  man page. For more detailed instructions, see the [Diskless
 HOW-TO](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/) and its  HOW-TO](//www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/) and its
 [Setting up the rbootd server section](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/rbootd/).  [Setting up the rbootd server section](//www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/rbootd/).
   
 ## How can I change Ethernet media types on 4xx models?  ## How can I change Ethernet media types on 4xx models?
   
Line 123  has DIO-II connectors. Jarkko Teppo repo Line 123  has DIO-II connectors. Jarkko Teppo repo
 motherboard into a normal DIO-II chassis and use it as a "normal" Series  motherboard into a normal DIO-II chassis and use it as a "normal" Series
 300 system. The only problem he encountered was the physical size of the  300 system. The only problem he encountered was the physical size of the
 Ethernet option. See [Jarkko Teppo's  Ethernet option. See [Jarkko Teppo's
 report](http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/port-hp300/1999/07/16/0000.html)  report](//mail-index.NetBSD.org/port-hp300/1999/07/16/0000.html)
 for more info.  for more info.
   
 ## What does 'UNEXPECTED USE OF FFFFFFC4' mean?  ## What does 'UNEXPECTED USE OF FFFFFFC4' mean?
Line 330  upgrading. Line 330  upgrading.
   
 ## What are the different types of serial ports, and how do I access them?  ## What are the different types of serial ports, and how do I access them?
   
 NetBSD -current has switched to using the  NetBSD -current has switched to using the [[!template id=man name="com" section="4"]]
 [com(4)](http://netbsd.gw.com/cgi-bin/man-cgi?com+4)  driver for [[!template id=man name="dca" section="4" arch="hp300" collection="NetBSD-1.6.2"]]
 driver for [dca](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/dca+4.hp300+NetBSD-1.6) and  and [[!template id=man name="apci" section="4" arch="hp300" collection="NetBSD-1.6.2"]] devices. This
 [apci](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/apci+4.hp300+NetBSD-1.6) devices. This  
 covers all built-in serial ports and some DIO serial interfaces. With  covers all built-in serial ports and some DIO serial interfaces. With
 this change, the device files have changed. All DCA and APCI serial  this change, the device files have changed. All DCA and APCI serial
 ports are `/dev/ttyC[0123]` and all DCM serial ports are  ports are `/dev/ttyC[0123]` and all DCM serial ports are
Line 346  acts as the serial console (when set). T Line 345  acts as the serial console (when set). T
 use of a break-out cable.  use of a break-out cable.
   
 Additionally, see the [NetBSD Serial Port  Additionally, see the [NetBSD Serial Port
 Primer](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/Hardware/Misc/serial.html) for  Primer](//www.NetBSD.org/docs/Hardware/Misc/serial.html) for
 information on the wiring and pinouts of various serial cables.  information on the wiring and pinouts of various serial cables.
   See also the [[!template id=man name="com" section="4"]],
   and [[!template id=man name="dcm" section="4" arch="hp300"]]
   manual pages, as well as the
   [[!template id=man name="dcl" section="4" arch="hp300" collection="NetBSD-1.5.3"]]
   manual page from NetBSD 1.5.3.
   
   
 [[!table data="""  [[!table data="""
 *device name*   |*location*     |*pre-2.0 device file*  |*max speed*    |*hardware handshaking* |*FIFO*         |*serial console*       |*comments*  *device name*   |*location*     |*pre-2.0 device file*  |*max speed*    |*hardware handshaking* |*FIFO*         |*serial console*       |*comments*
 [com](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/com+4.hp300)0 *(formerly `dca0`)*       |built-in       |/dev/tty0      |19200          |no     |no     |DIP switches   |318, 319, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370<br /><br />located on Human/System Interface board, requires [[dca.cable|special bable]])  `com0`<br />*(formerly `dca0`)* |built-in       |/dev/tty0      |19200          |no     |no     |DIP switches   |318, 319, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370<br /><br />located on Human/System Interface board, requires [[dca.cable|special cable]])
 [com](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/com+4.hp300)0 *(formerly `dca0`)*       |built-in       |/dev/tty0      |38400  |yes    |yes    |config Boot ROM        |345, 362, 375, 380, 382, 385, 400 Series *(except 425e)*<br /><br />located on motherboard  `com0`<br />*(formerly `dca0`)* |built-in       |/dev/tty0      |38400  |yes    |yes    |config Boot ROM        |345, 362, 375, 380, 382, 385, 400 Series *(except 425e)*<br /><br />located on motherboard
 [com](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/com+4.hp300)1 [com](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/com+4.hp300)2 *(formerly `apciN`)*        |built-in       |/dev/ttya0 /dev/ttya1  |19200  |yes    |no     |no, (425e: yes)        |382, 400 Series<br />requires [[break-out cable|serial.splitter]]  `com1` `com2`<br />*(formerly `apciN`)* |built-in       |/dev/ttya0 /dev/ttya1  |19200  |yes    |no     |no, (425e: yes)        |382, 400 Series<br />requires [[break-out cable|serial.splitter]]
 [com](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/com+4.hp300)N *(formerly `dcaN`)*       |98644A DIO-I card      |/dev/ttyN      |19200  |yes    |no     |DIP switches   |hardware handshaking only for transmit  `comN`<br />*(formerly `dcaN`)* |98644A DIO-I card      |/dev/ttyN      |19200  |yes    |no     |DIP switches   |hardware handshaking only for transmit
 [com](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/com+4.hp300)N<br />*(formerly `dcaN`{)* |98626A DIO-I card      |/dev/ttyN      |19200  |yes    |no     |DIP switches   |hardware handshaking only for transmit  `comN`<br />*(formerly `dcaN`)* |98626A DIO-I card      |/dev/ttyN      |19200  |yes    |no     |DIP switches   |hardware handshaking only for transmit
 [dcm](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/dcm+4.hp300)N   |98642A DIO-I card      |/dev/tty0[0-3]         |19200          |yes    |yes, 128/16 bytes      |DIP switches   |Only port 0 has flow control, only port 1 does console Uses<br />[RJ-11](dcmpinouts.html) jacks  `dcmN`  |98642A DIO-I card      |/dev/tty0[0-3]         |19200          |yes    |yes, 128/16 bytes      |DIP switches   |Only port 0 has flow control, only port 1 does console Uses<br />[RJ-11](dcmpinouts.html) jacks
 [dcm](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/dcm+4.hp300+NetBSD-current)N [dcm](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/dcm+4.hp300+NetBSD-current)N+1     |98638 DIO-II card      |/dev/tty0[0-3], /dev/tty0[4-7] |19200  |yes    |yes, 127/16 bytes      |no     |Appears to kernel as two 98642 boards  `dcmN` `dcmN+1` |98638 DIO-II card      |/dev/tty0[0-3], /dev/tty0[4-7] |19200  |yes    |yes, 127/16 bytes      |no     |Appears to kernel as two 98642 boards
 [dcl](http://man.NetBSD.org/man/dcl+4.hp300+NetBSD-current)N, *(not supported)* |98628A DIO-I card      |/dev/ttyN      |19200  |yes    |yes, 25 bytes  |jumper |weird centronics connector goes to normal db25  `dclN`<br />*(not supported)*   |98628A DIO-I card      |/dev/ttyN      |19200  |yes    |yes, 25 bytes  |jumper |weird centronics connector goes to normal db25
 """]]  """]]
   
 ## Setting up a serial console on a 98561, 98562, 98626, 98628, 98642, or 98644  ## Setting up a serial console on a 98561, 98562, 98626, 98628, 98642, or 98644
Line 480  part number [[98561-61604|dca.cable]]. Line 485  part number [[98561-61604|dca.cable]].
     made available by Michael Wolfson      made available by Michael Wolfson
   
 -   [hp300 series HW brain dump by Mike  -   [hp300 series HW brain dump by Mike
     Hibler](http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/port-hp300/1994/12/15/0007.html)      Hibler](//mail-index.NetBSD.org/port-hp300/1994/12/15/0007.html)
   
 -   [HP Computer Museum](http://www.hpmuseum.net/index.php)  -   [HP Computer Museum](http://www.hpmuseum.net/index.php)
   
 -   [Diskless NetBSD HOW-TO](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/)  -   [Diskless NetBSD HOW-TO](//www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/)
   
 -   [NetBSD Serial Port Primer](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/Hardware/Misc/serial.html)  -   [NetBSD Serial Port Primer](//www.NetBSD.org/docs/Hardware/Misc/serial.html)
   
 -   [port-hp300 mail list](http://www.NetBSD.org/mailinglists/#port-hp300) - if you have  -   [port-hp300 mail list](//www.NetBSD.org/mailinglists/#port-hp300) - if you have
     any additional questions please subscribe.      any additional questions please subscribe.
   
 -   [General NetBSD Documentation](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/) - questions not specific  -   [General NetBSD Documentation](//www.NetBSD.org/docs/) - questions not specific
     to NetBSD/hp300.      to NetBSD/hp300.

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