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Tue Oct 20 13:42:04 2020 UTC (6 weeks, 4 days ago) by martin
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Update for 9.1

    1: [[!template id=port
    2: port="vax"
    3: cur_rel="9.1"
    4: future_rel="10.0"
    5: pkg_rel="8.0"
    6: changes_cur="9.1"
    7: changes_future="10.0"
    8: thumbnail="//www.netbsd.org/images/ports/vax/11-750.gif"
    9: about="""
   10: NetBSD/vax is the port of NetBSD to DEC VAX computers.
   11: The first model was announced in 1977 and they were sold
   12: until September 30, 2000. NetBSD/vax was the first free OS that ran on
   13: the VAX series of computers, and by far runs on the largest number of models.
   14: 
   15: Development activity on NetBSD/vax continues at a speed depending
   16: of people's spare time. NetBSD runs on most of the common desktop systems
   17: and also on some of the more unusual older systems such as the large-scale
   18: 11/780 and 8600.
   19: """
   20: supported_hardware="""
   21: 
   22: Systems for which support exist only in current are marked *(current)*
   23: 
   24: -   [[VAX 11/78X systems|vax-models#star]]
   25: -   [[VAX 11/750 systems|vax-models#comet]]
   26: -   [[VAX 8600 and 8650 systems|vax-models#venus]]
   27: -   [[VAX 8200, 8250, 8300 and 8350 systems|vax-models#scorpio]]
   28: -   [[MicroVAX II family systems|vax-models#mayflower]]
   29: -   [[MicroVAX III family systems|vax-models#mayflower]]
   30: -   [[MicroVAX 3200 and 3300|vax-models#mayfair]]
   31: -   [[MicroVAX 3400 and 3500|vax-models#mayfair]]
   32: -   [[MicroVAX 3600|vax-models#mayfair2]]
   33: -   [[MicroVAX 3800 and 3900|vax-models#mayfair3]]
   34: -   [[VAXstation 2000/MicroVAX 2000 systems|vax-models#vaxstar]]
   35: -   [[MicroVAX 3100 model m10, m20 systems|vax-models#teammate2]]
   36: -   [[VAXstation 3100 model m30 and m40|vax-models#pvax]]
   37: -   [[VAXstation 3100 model m38 and m48|vax-models#pvax]]
   38: -   [[VAXstation 3100 model m76 systems|vax-models#pvax]]
   39: -   [[MicroVAX 3100 model 80|vax-models#waverley]]
   40: -   [[MicroVAX 3100 model 85|vax-models#waverley]] *(current)*
   41: -   [[MicroVAX 3100 model 90 (untested)|vax-models#waverley]]
   42:     *(current)*
   43: -   [[MicroVAX 3100 model 95 (untested)|vax-models#waverley]]
   44:     *(current)*
   45: -   [[VAX 4000/100, /105, /106A and /108|vax-models#spitfire]]
   46:     *(current)*
   47: -   [[VAX 4000/200|vax-models#spitfire]]
   48: -   [[VAX 4000/300|vax-models#pele]]
   49: -   [[VAX 4000/400|vax-models#pele]] *(current)*
   50: -   [[VAX 4000/500|vax-models#pele]] *(current)*
   51: -   [[VAX 4000/600 (untested)|vax-models#pele]] *(current)*
   52: -   [[VAX 4000/705A|vax-models#pele]] *(current)*
   53: -   [[VAXstation 4000 model VLC|vax-models#pvax2]]
   54: -   [[VAXstation 4000 model 60|vax-models#pmariah]]
   55: -   [[VAXstation 4000 model 90|vax-models#cougar]]
   56: 
   57: """
   58: additional="""
   59: * [NetBSD/vax FAQ](http://vaxine.bitcon.no/) maintained by Gunnar Helliesen [ [mirror](http://vaxarchive.org/swdoc/bsd/vaxine/) ]
   60: * [VAX hardware reference maintained](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/Hardware/Machines/DEC/vax/) by David Brownlee
   61: * [NetBSD/vax History](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/vax/history.html)
   62: * [Developers and Development Funding](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/vax/development.html)
   63: * [NetBSD Diskless HOWTO](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/network/netboot/)
   64: * [Netbooting NetBSD/vax](http://vax.sevensages.org/swdist/bsd/bdc/VAX-netboot-HOWTO.html) by Brian D Chase
   65: * [VAX MACRO and Instruction Set Reference Manual](http://www.openvms.compaq.com/doc/73final/4515/4515PRO.html)
   66: * [Running NetBSD/vax on emulator](http://www.NetBSD.org/ports/vax/emulator-howto.html) by Lars Brinkhoff
   67: 
   68: """
   69: 
   70: ]]
   71: [[!tag tier2port]]

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