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Tue Jan 14 13:20:43 2014 UTC (6 years, 5 months ago) by ryoon
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Split hcpmips.mwdn to 3 files due to ikiwiki template limitation

    1: [[!template id=port
    2: port="hpcmips"
    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/hpcmips/clio+c55.gif"
    8: about="""
    9: NetBSD/hpcmips brings the NetBSD operating system to MIPS based Windows CE PDA
   10: machines. Currently, the VR4102, VR4111, VR4121, VR4122, VR4131, TX3912, and
   11: TX3922 processors are supported.
   12: 
   13: The port name "hpcmips" comes from the name for some of the hardware that
   14: NetBSD/hpcmips runs on: MIPS based systems in Microsoft's H/PC (Handheld PC)
   15: form factor. A H/PC machine contains a keyboard and a touch screen and generally
   16: has 8MB or more of RAM. The port supports the HPC form factor, as well as the
   17: H/PC Pro and PsPC (Palmsized PC) form factors. (Many PsPC machines are used by
   18: the developers for active development.)
   19: 
   20: Because of the hardware platforms it supports, NetBSD/hpcmips is an ideal
   21: platform to use for mobile computing applications. And, of course,
   22: NetBSD/hpcmips supports all of the standard features you expect from NetBSD,
   23: such as IPv6 and IPsec. 
   24: 
   25: """
   26: supported_hardware="""
   27: ## Supported System Models
   28: 
   29: Many kinds of H/PC, H/PC Pro, and PsPC systems are supported by NetBSD/hpcmips.
   30: View the supported system table to see if your system is supported.
   31: 
   32: ## Supported Processors
   33: 
   34: VR4102, VR4111, VR4121, VR4131, TX3912, and TX3922 processors are supported by
   35: NetBSD/hpcmips. View the processor comparison table to see if your processor is
   36: supported. 
   37: 
   38: * [[Processor Comparison|processor_comparison]]
   39: * [[Supported Machines|supported_machines]]
   40: 
   41: ## Keyboard map search method for unknown machines
   42: * Boot in single user mode.
   43: * Press keys and note the KeyScanCode's.
   44: * Fill vr/vrkiu.c default_keytrans[] with scancode, dev/pckbc/wskbdmap_mfii.c:pckbd_keydesc_us[] is KeyCodeMapping.
   45: * Send feedback with your results using [send-pr(1)](http://netbsd.gw.com/cgi-bin/man-cgi/man?send-pr+1) (port-hpcmips category).
   46: * [Keymap information](keymap.txt) is here</a>.
   47: 
   48: """
   49: additional="""
   50: - [Kei's Linux-VR Home Page (in Japanese)](http://pc1.peanuts.gr.jp/~kei/linux-vr.htm)
   51: - [Linux-VR Resources](http://pc1.peanuts.gr.jp/~kei/linux-vr.htm)
   52: - [[FAQ|faq]]
   53: - [[How-To Use|howto-use]]
   54: - [[How-To Develop|howto-develop]]
   55: - [[TODO|todo]]
   56: - [[Binary Compatibility|compat-pmax]]
   57: - [[IPv6 and IPsec|pocketv6]]
   58: - [NetBSD/hpcmips mailing list (Japanese language)](http://www.jp.NetBSD.org/ja/JP/ml.html#port-hpcmips-ja)
   59: 
   60: """
   61: ]]
   62: [[!tag tier2port]]

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