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 NetBSD/hpcmips Frequently Asked Questions  [[!meta title="NetBSD/hpcmips Frequently Asked Questions"]]
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 ### Booting  [[!toc startlevel=1 levels=2]]
   
 -   [Is there any way to automatically start an application on Compact  
     Flash under Windows CE?](#auto-start)  
   
 ### PsPc Machine  
   
 -   [How does one give input to a Palm-sized PC with no  
     keyboard?](#input-device)  
   
 ### Others  
   
 -   [Can I use an IBM microdrive?](#use-microdrive)  
 -   [Does H/PC hardware have APM hardware?](#hpcmips-apm)  
 -   [Is a test snapshot with the IBM z50 LCD suspend available  
     anywhere?](#z50-lcd)  
 -   [Does USB work on the MobilePro 8xx machines?](#mobilepro-usb)  
   
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 ### Booting  # Booting
   
 #### Is there any way to automatically start an application on Compact Flash under Windows CE? ([top](#booting))  ## Is there any way to automatically start an application on Compact Flash under Windows CE?
   
 The current status is that we have no idea. If you have any ideas,  The current status is that we have no idea. If you have any ideas,
 working code is welcome.  working code is welcome.
   
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 ### PsPc Machine  # PsPc Machine
   
 #### How does one give input to a Palm-sized PC with no keyboard? ([top](#pspc))  ## How does one give input to a Palm-sized PC with no keyboard?
   
 You can connect vt100 to serial connector, and on machines that run X  You can connect vt100 to serial connector, and on machines that run X
 you can use on-screen keyboards.  you can use on-screen keyboards.
   
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 ### Others  # Others
   
 #### Can I use an IBM microdrive? ([top](#others))  ## Can I use an IBM microdrive?
   
 Yes. If your machine supports IBM microdrive in WinCE, it will work  Yes. If your machine supports IBM microdrive in WinCE, it will work
 fine. On the IBM z50, the IBM microdrive and PCMCIA TypeIII hard drive  fine. On the IBM z50, the IBM microdrive and PCMCIA TypeIII hard drive
 are supported, but beware, they significantly reduce battery life.  are supported, but beware, they significantly reduce battery life.
   
 #### Does H/PC hardware have APM hardware? ([top](#others))  ## Does H/PC hardware have APM hardware?
   
 There is no such thing as APM hardware. APM is a BIOS spec only. The  There is no such thing as APM hardware. APM is a BIOS spec only. The
 Vr41xx CPUs support a course battery level only (very low, which is  Vr41xx CPUs support a course battery level only (very low, which is
 really good). There's nothing like a battery percentage in the hardware,  really good). There's nothing like a battery percentage in the hardware,
 unless it is an addon doo-dad.  unless it is an addon doo-dad.
   
 #### Is a test snapshot with the IBM z50 LCD suspend available anywhere? ([top](#others))  ## Is a test snapshot with the IBM z50 LCD suspend available anywhere?
   
 In the -current sources. If you want to use test code, build a kernel  In the -current sources. If you want to use test code, build a kernel
 with ITE8181\_LCD\_CONTROL\_ENABLE or change the  with ITE8181\_LCD\_CONTROL\_ENABLE or change the
 ite8181\_lcd\_control\_disable variable to 0 with gdb. For more  ite8181\_lcd\_control\_disable variable to 0 with gdb. For more
 information see src/sys/arch/hpcmips/dev/ite8181.c.  information see src/sys/arch/hpcmips/dev/ite8181.c.
   
 #### Does USB work on the MobilePro 8xx machines? ([top](#others))  ## Does USB work on the MobilePro 8xx machines?
   
 Yes. Some umass devices have strange errors, but most devices work  Yes. Some umass devices have strange errors, but most devices work
 correctly. Note that the USB port on these machines can only supply a  correctly. Note that the USB port on these machines can only supply a
 max of \~500mA, so an externally powered USB hub is highly recommended.  max of \~500mA, so an externally powered USB hub is highly recommended.
   

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