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update for 6.1.3 release

[[!template id=port
port="luna68k"
cur_rel="6.1.3"  
future_rel="7.0"
pkg_rel="6.0"
changes_cur="6.0"
changes_future="7.0"
thumbnail="http://www.netbsd.org/images/ports/luna68k/luna.gif"
about="""
NetBSD/luna68k is a port of NetBSD to the LUNA product line of OMRON Tateisi
Electronics, Japan. The LUNA was a 20MHz/m68030 desktop computer at the age of
then-booming UNIX workstations, roughly comparable to a sun3/60 and any
m68020/m68030 unix boxes at that time. It is a descendent of the company's 6U
VME deskside m68010 box nicknamed Supermate, and was succeeded by a m68040
variant, LUNA-II. It has a rare cousin LUNA-88K which sports 4 88k processors
geared by CMU Mach2.5.
"""
supported_hardware="""
## Supported System Models

NetBSD/luna68k runs on the original LUNA and the successor LUNA-II, and supports
the following devices:

* built-in serial port ('ttya')
* network interface: AMD LANCE with AUI or BNC port (switch-selectable)
* monochrome/color graphics video board
* keyboard and mouse
* SCSI devices; (including built-in TEAC cassette tape drive)
* LCD on front panel; (/dev/lcd is under development)

"""
unsupported_hardware="""
 NetBSD/luna68k doesn't yet support the following devices:

* any devices controlled by dedicated 8bit I/O processor; serial ports ('tty00,
  tty01'), printer parallel port ('lp'), floppy port ('rfd') and YM2149 sound
  generator
* optional X.25/GP-IB multiple function board
* NEC PC9801 C-Bus option slot

Support for the deskside predecessors is not planned at this moment.
"""
additional="""
* [[How to install NetBSD/luna68k|luna68k_install]]
* [[Hardware and operation|luna68k_info#hardware]]
* [[Future work|luna68k_info#futurework]]
* [[History and background of LUNA|luna68k_info#behindthescene]]

"""
]]
[[!tag tier2port]]

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