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    1: [[!template id=port
    2: port="sparc"
    3: cur_rel="5.1.2"
    4: future_rel="6.0"
    5: changes_cur="5.0"
    6: changes_future="6.0"
    7: thumbnail="http://www.netbsd.org/images/ports/sparc/ipx.gif"
    8: about="""
    9: NetBSD/sparc is based on work done at Lawrence Berkeley
   10: Laboratory by the Computer Systems Engineering group under DARPA
   11: contract BG 91-66, which later appeared in the 4.4BSD-Lite
   12: distribution from the University of California, Berkeley.  It was
   13: imported into the NetBSD source tree on October 2, 1993.  Special
   14: thanks are extended to the LBL Computer Systems Engineering group
   15: for their work.  Without which, this port would not exist.
   16: 
   17: For frequently asked questions and links to Sun hardware
   18: information, see the <a class="ulink" href="faq.html" target="_top">NetBSD/sparc FAQ</a>.
   19: 
   20: For newer UltraSPARC-based machines, see 
   21: <a class="ulink" href="../sparc64/" target="_top">NetBSD/sparc64</a>.
   22: """
   23: supported_hardware="""
   24: Systems for which support was added in NetBSD 2.0 are marked
   25: <span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span>.
   26: 
   27: Note:<span class="emphasis"><em>Models
   28: marked </em></span>'(SMP)'<span class="emphasis"><em>can have multiple CPUs but NetBSD/sparc does not
   29: use more than one CPU prior to release 2.0</em></span>
   30: 
   31: *Sun sun4m machines (all known SuperSPARC, hyperSPARC,
   32: 	microSPARC, and TurboSPARC CPUs are supported):
   33:         <div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">
   34: <li class="listitem">Sun 4/600 (<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>)</li>
   35: <li class="listitem">SPARC Classic</li>
   36: <li class="listitem">SPARC LX</li>
   37: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation 4</li>
   38: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 5</li>
   39: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 10 (<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>)</li>
   40: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 20 (<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>)</li>
   41: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation Voyager
   42:             <span class="emphasis"><em>(See the <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#nell" target="_top">FAQ</a>
   43:             regarding PCMCIA support)</em></span>
   44: <li class="listitem">Sun '<a class="ulink" href="faq.html#fox" target="_top">Fox</a>'</li>
   45: <li class="listitem">
   46: <a class="ulink" href="javastation.html#mrcoffe" target="_top">JavaStation-1</a> (a.k.a.
   47: 	    "Mr. Coffee" or JavaStation JJ)
   48:             <span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span>
   49: <li class="listitem">
   50: <a class="ulink" href="javastation.html#krups" target="_top">JavaStation-NC</a> (a.k.a. 
   51:             Krups, JavaStation JK, or JavaStation-10)
   52:             <span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span>
   53: <li class="listitem">Sun4m compatibles (including):
   54: <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">
   55: <li class="listitem">Axil 245 (SS5 clone), 311, 320 (SS20 clone)</li>
   56: <li class="listitem">Cycle C C Cycle 5-IP</li>
   57: <li class="listitem">DTKstation/Classic+</li>
   58: <li class="listitem">RDI,PowerLite-85, RDI,PowerLite-110, RDI,BriteLite</li>
   59: <li class="listitem">Ross sparc 20</li>
   60: <li class="listitem">SS5/170 Transtec</li>
   61: <li class="listitem">TATUNG micro COMPstation 5</li>
   62: <li class="listitem">Twinhead TWINstation 5G (SS5 clone)</li>
   63: <li class="listitem">TWS,SuperCOMPstation-20S</li>
   64: <li class="listitem">Tadpole SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX</li>
   65: <li class="listitem">Sun sun4c machines:
   66: <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">
   67: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 1</li>
   68: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 1+</li>
   69: <li class="listitem">SPARCstation/server 2</li>
   70: <li class="listitem">Sun ELC</li>
   71: <li class="listitem">Sun IPC</li>
   72: <li class="listitem">Sun IPX</li>
   73: <li class="listitem">Sun SLC</li>
   74: <li class="listitem">Sun4c compatibles (including):
   75: <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">
   76: <li class="listitem">Aries Research Inc, Parrot II (SS2 clone)</li>
   77: <li class="listitem">Opus/5000 (SS1 clone)</li>
   78: <li class="listitem">Opus/5250 (SS1 clone)</li>
   79: <li class="listitem">FORCE SPARC CPU1e/4 VME Board (SS1 clone)
   80:             (<span class="emphasis"><em>NetBSD doesn't support VME boards on this model</em></span>)</li>
   81: <li class="listitem">FORCE SPARC CPU2e/4 VME Board (SS2 clone)
   82:             <span class="emphasis"><em>NetBSD doesn't support VME boards on this model</em></span>
   83: <li class="listitem">Sun sun4 machines:
   84: <ul class="itemizedlist" type="circle">
   85: <li class="listitem">Sun 4/100 series</li>
   86: <li class="listitem">Sun 4/200 series</li>
   87: <li class="listitem">Sun 4/300 series</li>
   88: <li class="listitem">Sun 4/400 series</li>
   89: <ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
   90: <li class="listitem">All on-board and most optional Sun brand framebuffers (all
   91:           framebuffers work for text console usage)</li>
   92: <li class="listitem">All Sun brand built-in and optional network interfaces</li>
   93: <li class="listitem">Most Sun brand SCSI interfaces</li>
   94: <li class="listitem">All floppy drives</li>
   95: <li class="listitem">All on-board serial ports</li>
   96: <li class="listitem">Most input devices (keyboards, mice, trackballs)</li>
   97: <li class="listitem">Audio on sun4c and some sun4m models</li>
   98: <li class="listitem">PCMCIA devices with Voyager or sbus nell interface
   99:           (see <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#nell" target="_top">FAQ</a>)</li>
  100: <li class="listitem">PCMCIA devices with Tadpole ts102 ( SPARCbook 3GX and 3GS ) in -current</li>
  101: <li class="listitem">DBRI audio in -current (output only so far)</li>
  102: <h1>NetBSD/sparc Supported Hardware</h1>
  103: <li><a href="#sum4m-cpu">sun4m mbus CPU modules</a></li>
  104: <li><a href="#sun4c-fb">sun4c and sun4m framebuffers</a></li>
  105: <li><a href="#sun4-fb">sun4 framebuffers</a></li>
  106: <li><a href="#network-interfaces">Network interfaces</a></li>
  107: <li><a href="#scsi-interfaces">SCSI interfaces</a></li>
  108: <li><a href="#vme-disk">VME disk interfaces</a></li>
  109: <li><a href="#floppy">Floppy drives</a></li>
  110: <li><a href="#tape">Tape drives</a></li>
  111: <li><a href="#pcmcia">PCMCIA/Cardbus devices</a></li>
  112: <li><a href="#serial">Serial interfaces</a></li>
  113: <li><a href="#input">Input devices</a></li>
  114: <li><a href="#audio">Audio interfaces</a></li>
  115: <li><a href="#parallel">Parallel ports</a></li>
  116: <li><a href="#sbus">Miscellaneous sbus devices</a></li>
  117: <li><a href="#unsupported">Devices often asked about, but not yet supported</a></li>
  118: <hr>
  119: <h3 class="title">The following hardware is supported by NetBSD/sparc:</h3>
  120: <p>If you have a device that's not listed, it might be
  121: 	compatible with something else, or we might have simply
  122: 	forgotten it. If all else fails, maybe you could write a
  123: 	driver!</p>
  124: 	<h4 class="title">
  125: <a name="sum4m-cpu"></a>sun4m mbus CPU modules (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  126:   </h4>
  127: 
  128: 	<p>Sun 4/600, SPARCstation/server 10, SPARCstation/server
  129: 	  20, and clones</p>
  130: 
  131: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  132: <li class="listitem">
  133: <span class="emphasis"><em>cpu0</em></span>;  All single-CPU
  134: 	    systems are supported</li>
  135: <li class="listitem">
  136: <span class="emphasis"><em>cpuN</em></span>;  All hardware
  137: 	    compatible dual-, tri- and quad-CPU SuperSPARC-I,
  138: 	    SuperSPARC-II, and hyperSPARC systems are supported
  139: 	    with an <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#smp-cpus" target="_top">SMP</a>
  140: 	    kernel <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span></font>
  141: 	<h4 class="title">
  142: <a name="sun4c-fb"></a>sun4c and sun4m framebuffers (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  143:   </h4>
  144: 
  145: 	<p>On-board and sbus card.</p>
  146: 
  147: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  148: <li class="listitem">
  149: <span class="emphasis"><em>bwtwo</em></span>;  1 bpp framebuffer - 
  150: 	    On-board and sbus card (MG1 and MG2)</li>
  151: <li class="listitem">
  152: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgthree</em></span>; 8 bpp framebuffer - 
  153: 	    On-board and sbus card</li>
  154: <li class="listitem">
  155: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgsix</em></span>; LEGO 8 bpp accelerated
  156: 	    framebuffer - On-board and sbus card (GX, GX+, TGX, and
  157: 	    TGX+)</li>
  158: <li class="listitem">
  159: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgfourteen</em></span>; SX 24 bpp
  160: 	    accelerated framebuffer - On-board SPARCstation 10SX and
  161: 	    SPARCstation 20, requires optional 4 or 8 MB VSIMM
  162: 	    <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to
  163: 	      cgthree emulation</strong></span>
  164: <li class="listitem">
  165: <span class="emphasis"><em>tcx</em></span>; S24 accelerated color
  166: 	    framebuffer - On-board SPARCstation 4 and JavaStation-1 (8
  167: 	    bpp), and optional on SPARCstation 5 (24 bpp)
  168: 	    <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to
  169: 	      cgthree emulation</strong></span>
  170: <li class="listitem">
  171: <span class="emphasis"><em>pnozz</em></span>; Weitek p9100 24
  172: 	    bpp accelerated framebuffer - On-board Tadpole SPARCbook
  173: 	    3GS and 3GX <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>
  174: 	    <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to
  175: 	    cgthree emulation</strong></span>
  176: <li class="listitem">
  177: <span class="emphasis"><em>zx</em></span>; ZX and TZX 24 bpp
  178: 	    accelerated framebuffer - sbus card (leo)
  179: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span></font>
  180: 	    <span class="bold"><strong>No X server support yet</strong></span>
  181: <li class="listitem">
  182: <span class="emphasis"><em>igsfb</em></span>; 24 bpp IGS C1682
  183: 	    accelerated framebuffer - On-board JavaStation-NC
  184: 	    <span class="bold"><strong>kernel support limited to text
  185: 	      console (no X)</strong></span>
  186: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(2.0)</em></span></font>
  187: </ul></div> 
  188:       
  189: 	<h4 class="title">
  190: <a name="sun4-fb"></a>sun4 framebuffers (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  191:   </h4>
  192: 
  193: 	<p>VME card, on-board, or P4 (supported only on 4/100 and
  194: 	  4/300 series).</p>
  195: 
  196: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  197: <li class="listitem">
  198: <span class="emphasis"><em>bwtwo</em></span>; 1 bpp
  199: 	    framebuffer - On-board and P4.
  200: 	    The bwtwo driver also supports attaching a bwtwo
  201: 	    instance to the overlay plane of P4 cgfour and cgeight
  202: 	    framebuffers.</li>
  203: <li class="listitem">
  204: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgtwo</em></span>; 8 bpp framebuffer -
  205: 	    VME card</li>
  206: <li class="listitem">
  207: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgfour</em></span>; 8 bpp framebuffer
  208: 	    with overlay - P4 </li>
  209: <li class="listitem">
  210: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgsix</em></span>; LEGO 8 bpp accelerated
  211: 	    framebuffer - P4</li>
  212: <li class="listitem">
  213: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgeight</em></span>; TC 24 bpp
  214: 	    framebuffer with overlay - P4.
  215: 	    <span class="bold"><strong>Note: cgeight support is not well
  216: 	    tested</strong></span>
  217:  
  218: 	<h4 class="title">
  219: <a name="network-interfaces"></a>Network interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  220:   </h4>
  221: 
  222: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  223: <li class="listitem">
  224: <span class="emphasis"><em>ie</em></span>; 10 Mbps Intel 82586
  225: 	    ethernet - On-board (4/100 and 4/200, may not be working
  226: 	    properly on 4/400) and VME card.</li>
  227: <li class="listitem">
  228: <span class="emphasis"><em>le</em></span>; 10 Mbps AMD 7990 Lance
  229: 	    ethernet - On-board (4/300, sun4c, and sun4m) and sbus
  230: 	    card.</li>
  231: <li class="listitem">
  232: <span class="emphasis"><em>qec</em></span>; one 100 Mbps be ethernet
  233: 	    interface and four 10 Mbps Mace ethernet interfaces - 
  234: 	    sbus card</li>
  235: <li class="listitem">
  236: <span class="emphasis"><em>be</em></span>; 100 Mbps half-duplex "Big
  237: 	    Mac" ethernet - sbus card
  238: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>
  239: <li class="listitem">
  240: <span class="emphasis"><em>hme</em></span>; 100 Mbps full-duplex
  241: 	    "Happy Meal" ethernet - On-board JavaStation-NC and sbus card
  242: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>
  243: 	    This hardware is not supported on the sun4c
  244: 	    platform</li>
  245: <li class="listitem">
  246: <span class="emphasis"><em>qfe</em></span>; four 100 Mbps
  247: 	    full-duplex "Happy Meal" ethernet interfaces - sbus card
  248: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.6)</em></span></font> This hardware is
  249: 	    not supported on the sun4c platform</li>
  250: <li class="listitem">Ethernet interfaces are sometimes found on
  251: 	    multi-function sbus cards (e.g. along with SCSI), the
  252: 	    ethernet interfaces will work even ifthe other functions
  253: 	    do not</li>
  254:       
  255: 	<h4 class="title">
  256: <a name="scsi-interfaces"></a>SCSI interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  257:   </h4>
  258: 
  259: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  260: <li class="listitem">
  261: <span class="emphasis"><em>isp</em></span>; 10 MB/s (Fast) and 20
  262: 	    MB/s (Fast+Wide) Qlogic ISP 10x0 family - sbus card</li>
  263: <li class="listitem">
  264: <span class="emphasis"><em>esp</em></span>; 5 MB/s and 10 MB/s
  265: 	    (Fast) NCR 53C9x SCSI controller, known as
  266: 	    "<span class="emphasis"><em>fas</em></span>" on Solaris - On-board (sun4c,
  267: 	    sun4m and 4/300) and sbus card</li>
  268: <li class="listitem">
  269: <span class="emphasis"><em>si</em></span>; 5 MB/s NCR 5380
  270: 	    SCSI controller - VME card (Interrupt driven and polled
  271: 	    DMA)</li>
  272: <li class="listitem">
  273: <span class="emphasis"><em>sw</em></span>; 5 MB/s NCR 5380 SCSI
  274: 	    controller - On-board 4/110 (polled DMA only)</li>
  275: <li class="listitem">SCSI functionality is sometimes found on
  276: 	    multi-function sbus cards (e.g. along with ethernet), the
  277: 	    SCSI isp and esp portions of those cards should work, even
  278: 	    if the other functions do not</li>
  279:       
  280: 	<h4 class="title">
  281: <a name="vme-disk"></a>VME disk interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  282:   </h4>
  283: 
  284: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  285: <li class="listitem">
  286: <span class="emphasis"><em>xd</em></span>; Xylogics 7053 VME/SMD
  287: 	    disk controller</li>
  288: <li class="listitem">
  289: <span class="emphasis"><em>xy</em></span>; Xylogics 450/451 VME disk
  290: 	    controller</li>
  291: </ul></div>
  292: 	<p><span class="emphasis"><em>Note:  VME/IPI disks are not
  293: 	    supported</em></span></p>
  294:       
  295: 	<h4 class="title">
  296: <a name="floppy"></a>Floppy drives (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  297:   </h4>
  298: 
  299: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  300: <li class="listitem">
  301: <span class="emphasis"><em>fd</em></span>; floppy disk drive -
  302: 	    On-board sun4c and sun4m</li>
  303: <li class="listitem">
  304: <span class="emphasis"><em>sd</em></span>; SCSI floppy drive, acts
  305: 	    as a SCSI drive to kernel - found with some SPARCbook 3
  306: 	    machines</li>
  307: </ul></div>
  308:       
  309: 	<h4 class="title">
  310: <a name="tape"></a>Tape drives (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  311:   </h4>
  312: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc"><li class="listitem">
  313: <span class="emphasis"><em>st</em></span>; most SCSI tape drives</li></ul></div>
  314:       
  315: 	<h4 class="title">
  316: <a name="pcmcia"></a>PCMCIA/Cardbus devices (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  317:   </h4>
  318: 
  319: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  320: <li class="listitem">
  321: <span class="emphasis"><em>nell</em></span>; PCMCIA interface -
  322: 	    On-board SPARCstation Voyager and sbus card
  323: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.6)</em></span></font>
  324: </li>
  325: <li class="listitem">
  326: <span class="emphasis"><em>tslot</em></span>; PCMCIA interface -
  327: 	    On-board SPARCbook 3GX and 3GS
  328: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(-current)</em></span></font>
  329: </li>
  330: </ul></div>
  331: 
  332: 	<p>All PCMCIA devices listed on the <a class="ulink" href="../../support/hardware/pcmcia.html" target="_top">Machine-independent PCMCIA drivers</a>
  333: 	  page should work in -current, but not in 1.6. Some have
  334: 	  been tested.  See the <a class="ulink" href="faq.html#nell" target="_top">FAQ</a> for more information about
  335: 	  using the <span class="emphasis"><em>nell</em></span> driver on 1.6.</p>
  336:       
  337: 	<h4 class="title">
  338: <a name="serial"></a>Serial interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  339:   </h4>
  340: 
  341: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  342: <li class="listitem">
  343: <span class="emphasis"><em>zs</em></span>; Zilog 8530 serial
  344: 	    ports, which can be used as the system console if
  345: 	    desired - On-board sun4, sun4c, and sun4m</li>
  346: <li class="listitem">
  347: <span class="emphasis"><em>com</em></span>; Zilog 85C30 serial ports
  348: 	    (ns16550a) - On-board Tadpole SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX
  349: 	    (internal 14.4 kbps modem, use
  350: 	    <code class="filename">/dev/ttyC0</code>) and JavaStation-NC
  351: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.5)</em></span></font>
  352:       
  353: 	<h4 class="title">
  354: <a name="input"></a>Input devices (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  355:   </h4>
  356: 
  357: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  358: <li class="listitem">Sun keyboard and mouse</li>
  359: <li class="listitem">SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX keyboard and joystick</li>
  360: <li class="listitem">Third-party trackballs and mice</li>
  361: <li class="listitem">PS/2 keyboards and mice on JavaStation models</li>
  362: </ul></div>
  363:       
  364: 	<h4 class="title">
  365: <a name="audio"></a>Audio interfaces (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  366:   </h4>
  367: 
  368: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  369: <li class="listitem">
  370: <span class="emphasis"><em>audioamd</em></span>; AMD 7930-based 8000
  371: 	    Hz, 8 bit, mono, mu-law - On-board sun4c, SPARC Classic
  372: 	    and 4/600 series.</li>
  373: <li class="listitem">
  374: <span class="emphasis"><em>audiocs</em></span>; CS4231-based 44 KHz,
  375: 	    16 bit, stereo, PCM - 
  376: 	    On-board SPARCstation 5, JavaStation-1, JavaStation-NC, and
  377: 	    optional on SPARCstation 4.
  378: 	    (Additional support for audio input and JavaStations added in 
  379: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(1.6)</em></span></font>).</li>
  380: <li class="listitem">
  381: <span class="emphasis"><em>dbri</em></span>; Sun DBRI ISDN/audio
  382: 	    controller 44 kHz, 16 bit, stereo (output only) - 
  383: 	    On-board SPARCbook and various SPARCstations.
  384: 	    <font size="-1"><span class="emphasis"><em>(-current)</em></span></font>
  385:       
  386: 	<h4 class="title">
  387: <a name="parallel"></a>Parallel ports (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  388:   </h4>
  389: 
  390: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc"><li class="listitem">
  391: <span class="emphasis"><em>bpp</em></span>; bi-directional parallel
  392: 	    port - on-board and sbus card</li></ul></div>
  393:       
  394: 	<h4 class="title">
  395: <a name="sbus"></a>Miscellaneous sbus devices (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  396:   </h4>
  397: 
  398: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc"><li class="listitem">NetBSD/sparc also supports all the devices listed
  399: 	    under the <a class="ulink" href="../../support/hardware/sbus.html" target="_top">Machine-independent SBUS
  400: 	      drivers</a> page.</li></ul></div>
  401:       
  402: 	<h4 class="title">
  403: <a name="unsupported"></a>Devices often asked about, but not yet supported (<a href="#supported">top</a>)
  404:   </h4>
  405: 
  406: 	<p>If you have a device that's not listed, it might be
  407: 	  compatible with something else, or we might have simply
  408: 	  forgotten it. If all else fails, maybe you could write a
  409: 	  driver!</p>
  410: 
  411: 	<div class="itemizedlist"><ul class="itemizedlist" type="disc">
  412: <li class="listitem">
  413: <span class="emphasis"><em>sc</em></span>; Sun SCSI
  414: 	    - VME card.</li>
  415: <li class="listitem">
  416: <span class="emphasis"><em>cgtwelve</em></span>; GS 24 bpp
  417: 	    accelerated framebuffer - sbus card.</li>
  418: <li class="listitem">
  419: <span class="emphasis"><em>DBRI</em></span>; ISDN support
  420: 	    - on-board, sbus card.</li>
  421: 
  422: """
  423: unsupported_hardware="""
  424: * sun4d-class machines (partial support)
  425: * sun4u-class machines (These are covered by NetBSD/sparc64)
  426: * Solbourne machines
  427: * JavaStation models not listed above
  428: """
  429: 
  430: ]]
  431: [[!tag tier2port]]
  432: 

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