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    1: [[!template id=port
    2: port="hppa"
    3: cur_rel="9.1"
    4: future_rel="10.0"
    5: changes_cur="9.1"
    6: changes_future="10.0"
    7: thumbnail="//www.netbsd.org/images/ports/hp700/715.gif"
    8: about="""
    9: 
   10: NetBSD/hppa is the port of NetBSD to the Hewlett-Packard 9000 Series
   11: 700 workstations, which are based on HP's Precision Architecture RISC
   12: (PA-RISC) CPUs. These machines superseded the HP 9000 Series 300 and 400
   13: workstations, which are supported by NetBSD as NetBSD/hp300.
   14: 
   15: Nick Hudson is the maintainer of NetBSD/hppa.
   16: 
   17: The hp700 port of NetBSD was started by Matt Fredette in October 2001.
   18: He started working with Michael Shalayeff's
   19: [OpenBSD/hppa](http://www.openbsd.org/hppa.html) sources at that time,
   20: and after much work had it booting multiuser in March of 2002. At that
   21: time he began merging the port into the NetBSD tree.
   22: 
   23: The port was renamed NetBSD/hppa for the 7.0 release.
   24: 
   25: """
   26: supported_hardware="""
   27: Supported System Models
   28: -----------------------
   29: 
   30: NetBSD/hppa is known to support the following system models (more may
   31: work, but additional models have not been tested yet):
   32: 
   33: -   Machines based on the PA7100/PA7150 (PCXT, PA-RISC 1.1b) CPU
   34: 
   35:     -   HP 9000 715/33, 715/50, 715/75
   36:     -   HP 9000 725/50, 725/75
   37:     -   HP 9000 735/99, 735/125, 755/99, and 755/125
   38:     -   HP 9000 742i
   39:     -   HP 9000 745i/50, 745i/100, 747i/50, and 747i/100
   40: 
   41: -   Machines based on the PA7100LC (PCXL, PA-RISC 1.1c) CPU: *(see
   42:     [[serial console|serialconsole-712]] notes for 712/\* models)*
   43: 
   44:     -   HP 9000 712/60, 712/80, and 712/100
   45:     -   HP 9000 715/64, 715/80, 715/100, and 715/100XC
   46:     -   HP 9000 725/64, and 725/100
   47:     -   HP 9000 743ii, and 748i
   48:     -   HP 9000 D200, and D210
   49:     -   HP 9000 D300, and D310
   50:     -   HP 9000 SAIC Galaxy 1000, and SAIC Galaxy 1100
   51:     -   HP 9000 E25, E35, E45, and E55 (no SCSI) *([[serial
   52:         console|hppafaq#serial_console]] only)*
   53: 
   54: -   Machines based on the PA7200 (PCXT', PA-RSC 1.1d) CPU:
   55: 
   56:     -   HP9000 C100, and C110
   57:     -   HP9000 J200, J210, and J210CX
   58:     -   HP9000 Kx00, Kx10, and Kx20
   59: 
   60: -   Machines based on the PA7300LC (PCXL2, PA-RISC 1.1e) CPU:
   61: 
   62:     -   HP 9000 A180, and A180C
   63:     -   HP 9000 B132L, B132L+, B160L, and B180L+
   64:     -   HP 9000 C132L, C160L
   65:     -   HP 9000 D220, D230
   66:     -   HP 9000 D320, D330
   67:     -   RDI PrecisionBook
   68: 
   69: -   Machines based on the PA8000 (PCXU, PA-RISC 2.0) CPU (in 32-bit
   70:     mode):
   71: 
   72:     -   HP9000 C160, and C180
   73:     -   HP9000 J280, and J282
   74: 
   75: -   Machines based on the PA8200 (PCXU+, PA-RISC 2.0) CPU (in 32-bit
   76:     mode):
   77: 
   78:     -   HP9000 C200, C230 and C240
   79:     -   HP9000 J2240
   80: 
   81: -   Machines based on the PA8500 (PCXW, PA-RISC 2.0) CPU (in 32-bit
   82:     mode):
   83: 
   84:     -   HP9000 C360
   85:     -   HP9000 B1000, and B2000
   86:     -   HP9000 C3000
   87:     -   HP9000 J5000
   88:     -   HP9000 J7000
   89: 
   90: -   Machines based on the PA8600 (PCXW+, PA-RISC 2.0) CPU (in 32-bit
   91:     mode):
   92: 
   93:     -   HP9000 B2600
   94:     -   HP9000 C3600
   95:     -   HP9000 J5600
   96:     -   HP9000 J6000
   97:     -   HP9000 J7600
   98: 
   99: -   Machines based on the PA8700 (PCXW2, PA-RISC 2.0) CPU (in 32-bit
  100:     mode):
  101: 
  102:     -   HP9000 C3650
  103:     -   HP9000 C3700 and C3750
  104:     -   HP9000 J6700 and J6750
  105: 
  106: Supported Hardware
  107: ------------------
  108: 
  109: NetBSD/hppa currently supports the following hardware:
  110: 
  111: -   Intel 82596 ethernet (*iee*)
  112: -   NCR 53C700 SCSI controller (*oosiop*)
  113: -   NCR 53C710 SCSI controller (*osiop*)
  114: -   NCR 53C720 SCSI controller (*siop*)
  115: -   NCR/Symbios Logic 53c810, 53c810A, 53c815, 53c820, 53c825, 53c825A,
  116:     53c860, 53c875, 53c875J, 53c885, 53c895, and 53c896 (*siop/esiop*)
  117: -   Qlogic ISP-1020, ISP-1040, ISP-1080 (LVD), and ISP-2100
  118:     (FibreChannel) (*isp*)
  119: -   Digital 21x4x and compatible Ethernet (*tlp*)
  120: -   Intel EtherExpress Pro family Ethernet (*fxp*)
  121: -   NE2000 and compatible Ethernet (*ne*)
  122: -   RealTek RTL8129/8139 based Ethernet (*rtk*)
  123: -   National Semiconductor DP83815 based Ethernet (*sip*)
  124: -   ns16550a serial controller (*com*)
  125: -   SGC Framebuffers which are configured via the Boot ROM (*sti*)
  126: -   PS/2 style keyboard (*pckbd*)
  127: -   PS/2 style mouse (*pms*)
  128: -   Parallel port (*lpt*)
  129: -   CS4215 audio (*harmony*)
  130: -   VIA and ALI USB 2.0 host controllers (*ohci/ehci*)
  131: -   USB mass storage devices (*umass*)
  132: -   Realtek RTL8150L USB Ethernet (*url*)
  133: -   Dino and Cujo Host/PCI bridges (*dino*)
  134: -   Lasi I/O subsystem (*lasi*)
  135: -   HIL keyboard (*hilkbd*)
  136: -   HIL mouse (*hilms*)
  137: 
  138: """
  139: additional="""
  140: ### QEMU
  141: 
  142: See the [[NetBSD/hppa under QEMU|qemu_hppa]] page for instructions on how to get started with QEMU.
  143: """
  144: additional="""
  145: #### Other sources of information ([top](#general))
  146: 
  147: -   [[hppa FAQ|hppafaq]]
  148: -   [OpenBSD/hppa](http://www.openbsd.org/hppa.html)k
  149: -   [PA-RISC Linux Development
  150:     Project](http://parisc-linux.org/index.html)
  151: -   [The Cypher HP PA-RISC Project page](http://www.openpa.net/) (good
  152:     info on hppa machines)
  153: -   [Utah PA-RISC
  154:     Mach/Lites/4.4](http://www.cs.utah.edu/flux/mach4-parisc/html/pamach.html)
  155:     (obsolete)
  156: -   [MkLinux for HP
  157:     PA-RISC](ftp://ftp.cirr.com/pub/hppa/mklinux/mkpa.html) (obsolete)
  158: -   [HPBSD: Utah's 4.3bsd port for HP9000 series
  159:     machines](http://www.flux.utah.edu/~mike/hpbsd/hpbsd.html)
  160:     (obsolete)
  161: -   [HP Workstation Documentation
  162:     Archive](http://www.hp.com/workstations/support/archive/) (some
  163:     manuals for Series 700 machines)
  164: -   [Netbooting
  165:     NetBSD/hppa](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/intro.hppa.html).
  166: -   [General NetBSD Documentation](../../docs/) - for questions not
  167:     specific to NetBSD/hppa.
  168: 
  169: """
  170: 
  171: ]]
  172: [[!tag tier2port]]

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