Diff for /wikisrc/ports/i386.mdwn between versions 1.5 and 1.14

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 [[!template id=port  [[!template id=port
 port="i386"  port="i386"
 cur_rel="6.1.4"    cur_rel="7.1.1"
 future_rel="7.0"  future_rel="8.0"
 changes_cur="6.0"  pkg_rel="7.0"
 changes_future="7.0"  changes_cur="7.0"
   changes_future="8.0"
 thumbnail="http://www.netbsd.org/images/ports/i386/header.gif"  thumbnail="http://www.netbsd.org/images/ports/i386/header.gif"
 about="""  about="""
 NetBSD/i386 is the port of NetBSD to generic machines ("PC clones") with 32-bit x86-family processors. It runs on PCI-Express, PCI, and CardBus systems, as well as older hardware with PCMCIA, VL-bus, EISA, MCA, and ISA (AT-bus) interfaces, with or without math coprocessors.  NetBSD/i386 is the port of NetBSD to generic machines ("PC clones") with 32-bit x86-family processors. It runs on PCI-Express, PCI, and CardBus systems, as well as older hardware with PCMCIA, VL-bus, EISA, MCA, and ISA (AT-bus) interfaces, with or without math coprocessors.
   
 NetBSD/i386 was the original port of NetBSD, and was initially released as [NetBSD 0.8](http://www.netbsd.org/releases/formal-0.8/) in 1993.  
   
 Frank van der Linden is the current port maintainer of NetBSD/i386.  
   
 """  
 supported_hardware="""  
 The minimal configuration for a NetBSD/i386 system requires 4M of RAM and about 40M of disk space.  
   
 For a full installation (including source and X11), at least 8M of RAM and 200M of disk space are recommended.  
   
 Any i486 or better CPU should work - genuine Intel or a compatible such as Cyrix, AMD, or NexGen.  Any i486 or better CPU should work - genuine Intel or a compatible such as Cyrix, AMD, or NexGen.
   
 Devices (driver names in parenthesis) supported by NetBSD/i386 include:  NetBSD/i386 was the original port of NetBSD, and was initially released as [NetBSD 0.8](http://www.netbsd.org/releases/formal-0.8/) in 1993.
   
  * Machine-independent drivers for ISA devices  
  * Machine-independent drivers for PCI devices  
  * Machine-independent drivers for EISA devices  
  * Machine-independent drivers for PCMCIA devices  
  * Machine-independent drivers for Cardbus devices  
  * Machine-independent drivers for ATA devices  
  * Machine-independent drivers for SCSI and ATAPI devices.  
  * Machine-independent drivers for USB devices  
  * Machine-independent drivers for MII devices (IEEE 802.3 Media Independent Interface, typically used for physical media interfaces for FastEthernet controllers)  
  * Machine-independent drivers for MCA devices  
  * Standard PC floppy controllers (fdc) and drives (fd)  
  * Adaptec 284x VLbus SCSI host adapters (ahc)  
  * NCR 53C80 port-mapped and memory-mapped SCSI host adapters (nca)  
  * The PC speaker (pcppi and sysbeep)  
  * Logitech bus mouse (lms)  
  * Microsoft InPort mouse (mms)  
  * PS/2 mouse (pms)  
  * Joysticks on game ports (joy)  
  * MDA, CGA, VGA, SVGA and HGC Display Adapters (pccons or wscons).  
      *  not all of the display adapters supported by NetBSD/i386 will work with X. See the XFree86 FAQ for more information.  
 """  """
   
 ]]  ]]
 [[!tag tier1port]]  [[!tag tier1port]]

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