Annotation of wikisrc/ports/mac68k.mdwn, revision 1.2

1.1       mspo        1: [[!template id=port
                      2: port="mac68k"
                      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/mac68k/800_and_classicII.gif"
                      8: about="""
                      9: NetBSD/mac68k is the port of NetBSD to Apple Macintosh computers that
                     10: utilize the Motorola 68k-series processor. It should run on most
                     11: Macintoshes with a 68040 or 68030 processor, and on Macs with a 68020
                     12: processor (provided that they also have a 68851 PMMU). For Macs using
                     13: the PowerPC processor, please take a look at
1.2     ! ryoon      14: [[NetBSD/macppc|macppc]].
1.1       mspo       15: 
                     16: The mac68k port was originally known as MacBSD. It began as a port of
                     17: the Berkeley Networking Release 2 (more commonly known as Net/2) with
                     18: 386BSD-0.1 filling in the cracks. This was running in a basic form in
                     19: the late spring of 1992. About that time, it became obvious that 386BSD
                     20: was a dead end, and NetBSD looked like the way to go. The initial NetBSD
                     21: merge was into the 0.8 released sources. The first formal release of
                     22: NetBSD/mac68k was as a part of NetBSD 1.0. NetBSD/mac68k was the first
                     23: free OS to run on a 680x0-based Macintosh, and currently supports more
                     24: of these systems than any free OS.
                     25: 
                     26: Development activity on NetBSD/mac68k continues at its usual pace (in
                     27: other words, when the volunteers find time). Much progress has been
                     28: made, however, and most desktop systems can boot to a usable state.
                     29: 
                     30: """
                     31: supported_hardware="""
                     32: -   Mac II, IIx, IIcx, SE/30
                     33: -   Mac IIci
                     34: -   Mac IIsi, IIvx, IIvi
                     35: -   Performa 400/405/410/430, 450, 460/466/467
                     36: -   LC/Performa 520, 550/560
                     37: -   Performa 600/600CD
                     38: -   MacTV
                     39: -   LC II, III, III+
                     40: -   Classic II
                     41: -   Color Classic
                     42: -   Centris 650
                     43: -   Quadra 700
                     44: -   Quadra 610, 650, 800
                     45: -   Quadra/Centris 660AV
                     46: -   Quadra 840AV
                     47: -   Quadra 630
1.2     ! ryoon      48: -   Centris 610[[1](#68LC040)]
        !            49: -   Quadra 610 DOS[[1](#68LC040)]
        !            50: -   Quadra 605[[1](#68LC040)]
        !            51: -   LC 475, Performa 475/476[[1](#68LC040)]
        !            52: -   LC 575, Performa 575/577/578[[1](#68LC040)]
        !            53: -   LC 580, Performa 580/588[[1](#68LC040)]
1.1       mspo       54: -   LC 630/630 DOS, Performa
1.2     ! ryoon      55:     630/631/635/636/637/638[[1](#68LC040)]
        !            56: -   Performa 640 DOS[[1](#68LC040)]
1.1       mspo       57: -   PowerBook 170
                     58: -   PowerBook 160/165/180
                     59: -   PowerBook 550c
                     60: 
                     61: * * * * *
                     62: 
1.2     ! ryoon      63: [1]<a name="68LC040"></a>System is based on the Motorola 68LC040 and [FPU
1.1       mspo       64: functions are not yet fully
                     65: supported](http://www.macbsd.com/macbsd/LC040-and-BSD.html).
                     66: """
                     67: ]]
                     68: [[!tag tier2port]]

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