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 for their work.  Without which, this port would not exist.  for their work.  Without which, this port would not exist.
   
 For frequently asked questions and links to Sun hardware  For frequently asked questions and links to Sun hardware
 information, see the <a class="ulink" href="faq.html" target="_top">NetBSD/sparc FAQ</a>.  information, see the [NetBSD/sparc FAQ](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html).
   
 For newer UltraSPARC-based machines, see   For newer UltraSPARC-based machines, see 
 <a class="ulink" href="../sparc64/" target="_top">NetBSD/sparc64</a>.  [[NetBSD/sparc64|sparc64]]
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 supported_hardware="""  supported_hardware="""
 Systems for which support was added in NetBSD 2.0 are marked  Systems for which support was added in NetBSD 2.0 are marked
 <span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span>.  *(2.0)*.
   
   *Note: Models marked '(SMP)'can have multiple CPUs but NetBSD/sparc does not
   use more than one CPU prior to release 2.0*
   
   ### Sun sun4m machines (all known SuperSPARC, hyperSPARC, microSPARC, and TurboSPARC CPUs are supported):
   
   * Sun 4/600 ([SMP](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html#smp-cpus))
   * SPARC Classic
   * SPARC LX
   * SPARCstation 4
   * SPARCstation/server 5
   * SPARCstation/server 10 ([SMP](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html#smp-cpus))
   * SPARCstation/server 20 ([SMP](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html#smp-cpus))
   * SPARCstation Voyager (See the [FAQ](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html) regarding PCMCIA support)
   * Sun '[Fox](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html#fox)'
   * [JavaStation-1](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/javastation.html#mrcoffe) (a.k.a. "Mr. Coffee" or JavaStation JJ) (2.0)
   * [JavaStation-NC](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/javastation.html#krups) (a.k.a. Krups, JavaStation JK, or JavaStation-10) (2.0)
   
   ### Sun4m compatibles (including):
   * Axil 245 (SS5 clone), 311, 320 (SS20 clone)
   * Cycle C C Cycle 5-IP
   * DTKstation/Classic+
   * RDI,PowerLite-85, RDI,PowerLite-110, RDI,BriteLite
   * Ross sparc 20
   * SS5/170 Transtec
   * TATUNG micro COMPstation 5
   * Twinhead TWINstation 5G (SS5 clone)
   * TWS,SuperCOMPstation-20S
   * Tadpole SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX
   
   ### Sun sun4c machines:
   * SPARCstation/server 1
   * SPARCstation/server 1+
   * SPARCstation/server 2
   * Sun ELC
   * Sun IPC
   * Sun IPX
   * Sun SLC
   
   ### Sun4c compatibles (including):
   * Aries Research Inc, Parrot II (SS2 clone)
   * Opus/5000 (SS1 clone)
   * Opus/5250 (SS1 clone)
   * FORCE SPARC CPU1e/4 VME Board (SS1 clone) (*NetBSD doesn't support VME boards on this model*)
   * FORCE SPARC CPU2e/4 VME Board (SS2 clone) *NetBSD doesn't support VME boards on this model*
   
   ### Sun sun4 machines:
   * Sun 4/100 series
   * Sun 4/200 series
   * Sun 4/300 series
   * Sun 4/400 series
   
   ## Supported Hardware
   
   See the [supported hardware page](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/hardware.html) for a complete list.
   
   * All on-board and most optional Sun brand framebuffers (all framebuffers work for text console usage)
   * All Sun brand built-in and optional network interfaces
   * Most Sun brand SCSI interfaces
   * All floppy drives
   * All on-board serial ports
   * Most input devices (keyboards, mice, trackballs)
   * Audio on sun4c and some sun4m models
   * PCMCIA devices with Voyager or sbus nell interface (see [FAQ](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html#nell))
   * PCMCIA devices with Tadpole ts102 ( SPARCbook 3GX and 3GS ) in -current
   
 Note:<span class="emphasis"><em>Models  
 marked </em></span>'(SMP)'<span class="emphasis"><em>can have multiple CPUs but NetBSD/sparc does not  
 use more than one CPU prior to release 2.0</em></span>  
   
 *Sun sun4m machines (all known SuperSPARC, hyperSPARC,  
         microSPARC, and TurboSPARC CPUs are supported):  
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">  
 <li class="listitem">Sun 4/600 (<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARC Classic</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARC LX</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation 4</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 5</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 10 (<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 20 (<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation Voyager  
             <span class="emphasis"><em>(See the <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#nell" target="_top">FAQ</a>  
             regarding PCMCIA support)</em></span>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun '<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#fox" target="_top">Fox</a>'</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <a class="ulink" href="javastation.html#mrcoffe" target="_top">JavaStation-1</a> (a.k.a.  
             "Mr. Coffee" or JavaStation JJ)  
             <span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <a class="ulink" href="javastation.html#krups" target="_top">JavaStation-NC</a> (a.k.a.   
             Krups, JavaStation JK, or JavaStation-10)  
             <span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun4m compatibles (including):  
 <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">  
 <li class="listitem">Axil 245 (SS5 clone), 311, 320 (SS20 clone)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Cycle C C Cycle 5-IP</li>  
 <li class="listitem">DTKstation/Classic+</li>  
 <li class="listitem">RDI,PowerLite-85, RDI,PowerLite-110, RDI,BriteLite</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Ross sparc 20</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SS5/170 Transtec</li>  
 <li class="listitem">TATUNG micro COMPstation 5</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Twinhead TWINstation 5G (SS5 clone)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">TWS,SuperCOMPstation-20S</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Tadpole SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun sun4c machines:  
 <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 1</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 1+</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 2</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun ELC</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun IPC</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun IPX</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun SLC</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun4c compatibles (including):  
 <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">  
 <li class="listitem">Aries Research Inc, Parrot II (SS2 clone)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Opus/5000 (SS1 clone)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Opus/5250 (SS1 clone)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">FORCE SPARC CPU1e/4 VME Board (SS1 clone)  
             (<span class="emphasis"><em>NetBSD doesn't support VME boards on this model</em></span>)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">FORCE SPARC CPU2e/4 VME Board (SS2 clone)  
             <span class="emphasis"><em>NetBSD doesn't support VME boards on this model</em></span>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun sun4 machines:  
 <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">  
 <li class="listitem">Sun 4/100 series</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun 4/200 series</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun 4/300 series</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Sun 4/400 series</li>  
 <ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">All on-board and most optional Sun brand framebuffers (all  
           framebuffers work for text console usage)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">All Sun brand built-in and optional network interfaces</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Most Sun brand SCSI interfaces</li>  
 <li class="listitem">All floppy drives</li>  
 <li class="listitem">All on-board serial ports</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Most input devices (keyboards, mice, trackballs)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Audio on sun4c and some sun4m models</li>  
 <li class="listitem">PCMCIA devices with Voyager or sbus nell interface  
           (see <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#nell" target="_top">FAQ</a>)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">PCMCIA devices with Tadpole ts102 ( SPARCbook 3GX and 3GS ) in -current</li>  
 <li class="listitem">DBRI audio in -current (output only so far)</li>  
 <h1>NetBSD/sparc Supported Hardware</h1>  
 <li><a href="#sum4m-cpu">sun4m mbus CPU modules</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#sun4c-fb">sun4c and sun4m framebuffers</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#sun4-fb">sun4 framebuffers</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#network-interfaces">Network interfaces</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#scsi-interfaces">SCSI interfaces</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#vme-disk">VME disk interfaces</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#floppy">Floppy drives</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#tape">Tape drives</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#pcmcia">PCMCIA/Cardbus devices</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#serial">Serial interfaces</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#input">Input devices</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#audio">Audio interfaces</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#parallel">Parallel ports</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#sbus">Miscellaneous sbus devices</a></li>  
 <li><a href="#unsupported">Devices often asked about, but not yet supported</a></li>  
 <hr>  
 <h3 class="title">The following hardware is supported by NetBSD/sparc:</h3>  
 <p>If you have a device that's not listed, it might be  
         compatible with something else, or we might have simply  
         forgotten it. If all else fails, maybe you could write a  
         driver!</p>  
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="sum4m-cpu"></a>sun4m mbus CPU modules (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <p>Sun 4/600, SPARCstation/server 10, SPARCstation/server  
           20, and clones</p>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cpu0</em></span>;  All single-CPU  
             systems are supported</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cpuN</em></span>;  All hardware  
             compatible dual-, tri- and quad-CPU SuperSPARC-I,  
             SuperSPARC-II, and hyperSPARC systems are supported  
             with an <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>  
             kernel <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span></font>  
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="sun4c-fb"></a>sun4c and sun4m framebuffers (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <p>On-board and sbus card.</p>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>bwtwo</em></span>;  1 bpp framebuffer -   
             On-board and sbus card (MG1 and MG2)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgthree</em></span>; 8 bpp framebuffer -   
             On-board and sbus card</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgsix</em></span>; LEGO 8 bpp accelerated  
             framebuffer - On-board and sbus card (GX, GX+, TGX, and  
             TGX+)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgfourteen</em></span>; SX 24 bpp  
             accelerated framebuffer - On-board SPARCstation 10SX and  
             SPARCstation 20, requires optional 4 or 8 MB VSIMM  
             <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to  
               cgthree emulation</strong></span>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>tcx</em></span>; S24 accelerated color  
             framebuffer - On-board SPARCstation 4 and JavaStation-1 (8  
             bpp), and optional on SPARCstation 5 (24 bpp)  
             <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to  
               cgthree emulation</strong></span>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>pnozz</em></span>; Weitek p9100 24  
             bpp accelerated framebuffer - On-board Tadpole SPARCbook  
             3GS and 3GX <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>  
             <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to  
             cgthree emulation</strong></span>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>zx</em></span>; ZX and TZX 24 bpp  
             accelerated framebuffer - sbus card (leo)  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span></font>  
             <span class="bold"><strong>No X server support yet</strong></span>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>igsfb</em></span>; 24 bpp IGS C1682  
             accelerated framebuffer - On-board JavaStation-NC  
             <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to text  
               console (no X)</strong></span>  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span></font>  
 </ul></div>   
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="sun4-fb"></a>sun4 framebuffers (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <p>VME card, on-board, or P4 (supported only on 4/100 and  
           4/300 series).</p>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>bwtwo</em></span>; 1 bpp  
             framebuffer - On-board and P4.  
             The bwtwo driver also supports attaching a bwtwo  
             instance to the overlay plane of P4 cgfour and cgeight  
             framebuffers.</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgtwo</em></span>; 8 bpp framebuffer -  
             VME card</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgfour</em></span>; 8 bpp framebuffer  
             with overlay - P4 </li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgsix</em></span>; LEGO 8 bpp accelerated  
             framebuffer - P4</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgeight</em></span>; TC 24 bpp  
             framebuffer with overlay - P4.  
             <span class="bold"><strong>Note: cgeight support is not well  
             tested</strong></span>  
    
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="network-interfaces"></a>Network interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>ie</em></span>; 10 Mbps Intel 82586  
             ethernet - On-board (4/100 and 4/200, may not be working  
             properly on 4/400) and VME card.</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>le</em></span>; 10 Mbps AMD 7990 Lance  
             ethernet - On-board (4/300, sun4c, and sun4m) and sbus  
             card.</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>qec</em></span>; one 100 Mbps be ethernet  
             interface and four 10 Mbps Mace ethernet interfaces -   
             sbus card</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>be</em></span>; 100 Mbps half-duplex "Big  
             Mac" ethernet - sbus card  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>hme</em></span>; 100 Mbps full-duplex  
             "Happy Meal" ethernet - On-board JavaStation-NC and sbus card  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>  
             This hardware is not supported on the sun4c  
             platform</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>qfe</em></span>; four 100 Mbps  
             full-duplex "Happy Meal" ethernet interfaces - sbus card  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.6)</em></span></font> This hardware is  
             not supported on the sun4c platform</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Ethernet interfaces are sometimes found on  
             multi-function sbus cards (e.g. along with SCSI), the  
             ethernet interfaces will work even ifthe other functions  
             do not</li>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="scsi-interfaces"></a>SCSI interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>isp</em></span>; 10 MB/s (Fast) and 20  
             MB/s (Fast+Wide) Qlogic ISP 10x0 family - sbus card</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>esp</em></span>; 5 MB/s and 10 MB/s  
             (Fast) NCR 53C9x SCSI controller, known as  
             "<span class="emphasis"><em>fas</em></span>" on Solaris - On-board (sun4c,  
             sun4m and 4/300) and sbus card</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>si</em></span>; 5 MB/s NCR 5380  
             SCSI controller - VME card (Interrupt driven and polled  
             DMA)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>sw</em></span>; 5 MB/s NCR 5380 SCSI  
             controller - On-board 4/110 (polled DMA only)</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SCSI functionality is sometimes found on  
             multi-function sbus cards (e.g. along with ethernet), the  
             SCSI isp and esp portions of those cards should work, even  
             if the other functions do not</li>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="vme-disk"></a>VME disk interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>xd</em></span>; Xylogics 7053 VME/SMD  
             disk controller</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>xy</em></span>; Xylogics 450/451 VME disk  
             controller</li>  
 </ul></div>  
         <p><span class="emphasis"><em>Note:  VME/IPI disks are not  
             supported</em></span></p>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="floppy"></a>Floppy drives (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>fd</em></span>; floppy disk drive -  
             On-board sun4c and sun4m</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>sd</em></span>; SCSI floppy drive, acts  
             as a SCSI drive to kernel - found with some SPARCbook 3  
             machines</li>  
 </ul></div>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="tape"></a>Tape drives (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc"><li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>st</em></span>; most SCSI tape drives</li></ul></div>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="pcmcia"></a>PCMCIA/Cardbus devices (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>nell</em></span>; PCMCIA interface -  
             On-board SPARCstation Voyager and sbus card  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.6)</em></span></font>  
 </li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>tslot</em></span>; PCMCIA interface -  
             On-board SPARCbook 3GX and 3GS  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(-current)</em></span></font>  
 </li>  
 </ul></div>  
   
         <p>All PCMCIA devices listed on the <a class="ulink" href="../../support/hardware/pcmcia.html" target="_top">Machine-independent PCMCIA drivers</a>  
           page should work in -current, but not in 1.6. Some have  
           been tested.  See the <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#nell" target="_top">FAQ</a> for more information about  
           using the <span class="emphasis"><em>nell</em></span> driver on 1.6.</p>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="serial"></a>Serial interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>zs</em></span>; Zilog 8530 serial  
             ports, which can be used as the system console if  
             desired - On-board sun4, sun4c, and sun4m</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>com</em></span>; Zilog 85C30 serial ports  
             (ns16550a) - On-board Tadpole SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX  
             (internal 14.4 kbps modem, use  
             <code class="filename">/dev/ttyC0</code>) and JavaStation-NC  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="input"></a>Input devices (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">Sun keyboard and mouse</li>  
 <li class="listitem">SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX keyboard and joystick</li>  
 <li class="listitem">Third-party trackballs and mice</li>  
 <li class="listitem">PS/2 keyboards and mice on JavaStation models</li>  
 </ul></div>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="audio"></a>Audio interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>audioamd</em></span>; AMD 7930-based 8000  
             Hz, 8 bit, mono, mu-law - On-board sun4c, SPARC Classic  
             and 4/600 series.</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>audiocs</em></span>; CS4231-based 44 KHz,  
             16 bit, stereo, PCM -   
             On-board SPARCstation 5, JavaStation-1, JavaStation-NC, and  
             optional on SPARCstation 4.  
             (Additional support for audio input and JavaStations added in   
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.6)</em></span></font>).</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>dbri</em></span>; Sun DBRI ISDN/audio  
             controller 44 kHz, 16 bit, stereo (output only) -   
             On-board SPARCbook and various SPARCstations.  
             <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(-current)</em></span></font>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="parallel"></a>Parallel ports (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc"><li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>bpp</em></span>; bi-directional parallel  
             port - on-board and sbus card</li></ul></div>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="sbus"></a>Miscellaneous sbus devices (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc"><li class="listitem">NetBSD/sparc also supports all the devices listed  
             under the <a class="ulink" href="../../support/hardware/sbus.html" target="_top">Machine-independent SBUS  
               drivers</a> page.</li></ul></div>  
         
         <h4 class="title">  
 <a name="unsupported"></a>Devices often asked about, but not yet supported (<a href="#supported">top</a>)  
   </h4>  
   
         <p>If you have a device that's not listed, it might be  
           compatible with something else, or we might have simply  
           forgotten it. If all else fails, maybe you could write a  
           driver!</p>  
   
         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>sc</em></span>; Sun SCSI  
             - VME card.</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>cgtwelve</em></span>; GS 24 bpp  
             accelerated framebuffer - sbus card.</li>  
 <li class="listitem">  
 <span class="emphasis"><em>DBRI</em></span>; ISDN support  
             - on-board, sbus card.</li>  
   
 """  """
 unsupported_hardware="""  unsupported_hardware="""
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 * Solbourne machines  * Solbourne machines
 * JavaStation models not listed above  * JavaStation models not listed above
 """  """
   additional="""
   * [NetBSD/sparc FAQ](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/faq.html)
   * [NetBSD/sparc Supported Hardware](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/sparc/hardware.html)
   * [NetBSD Diskless HOWTO](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/)
   """
 ]]  ]]
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