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 about="""  about="""
 NetBSD/x68k is the port of NetBSD for the Japanese personal computer [SHARP](http://www.sharp.co.jp/) X68000/X68030 series. It runs on some models of X680x0 with MMU and FPU. When you use NetBSD/x68k, you may have to replace your machine settings (e.g. changing MC68EC30 with MC68030).  NetBSD/x68k is the port of NetBSD for the Japanese personal computer
   [SHARP](http://www.sharp.co.jp/) X68000/X68030 series.
   It runs on some models of X680x0 with MMU and FPU.
   When you use NetBSD/x68k, you may have to replace your machine settings
   (e.g. changing MC68EC30 with MC68030).
   
 ###The History of NetBSD/x68k  ###The History of NetBSD/x68k
   
 The NetBSD/x68k port was [started in 1993 by OKI Masaru](http://www.sra.co.jp/public/doc/bsd/NetBSD/NetBSD-x68k). At first, it was ported from NetBSD/amiga, and tracked NetBSD 0.9, NetBSD 1.0, and NetBSD 1.1. NetBSD/x68k has been included in the official release of NetBSD from 1.2 onwards.  The NetBSD/x68k port was [started in 1993 by OKI Masaru](http://www.sra.co.jp/public/doc/bsd/NetBSD/NetBSD-x68k).
   At first, it was ported from NetBSD/amiga, and tracked NetBSD 0.9,
   NetBSD 1.0, and NetBSD 1.1.
   NetBSD/x68k has been included in the official release of NetBSD
   from 1.2 onwards.
   
 Since April 2002, Nishimura Takeshi is maintaining the NetBSD/x68k port.  Since April 2002, Nishimura Takeshi is maintaining the NetBSD/x68k port.
   
 """  """
 supported_hardware="""  supported_hardware="""
 Supported System Models  ### Supported System Models
   
 It is necessary to install Xellent30 or Jupiter-X MPU accelerator for X68000 series.  It is necessary to install Xellent30 or Jupiter-X MPU accelerator
   for X68000 series.
   
 040turbo and 060turbo are also supported for X68030.  040turbo and 060turbo are also supported for X68030.
   
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 * X68000PRO/X68000PRO HD  * X68000PRO/X68000PRO HD
 * X68000ACE/X68000ACE HD  * X68000ACE/X68000ACE HD
   
 Supported Peripherals  ### Supported Peripherals
   
 NetBSD/x68k requires Motorola 680[346]0 processor (with MMU), SCSI board and harddisks, and over 4MByte memory and 100MByte of disk space.  NetBSD/x68k requires Motorola 680[346]0 processor (with MMU),
   SCSI board and harddisks, and over 4MByte memory and 100MByte of disk space.
   
 Although the in-kernel FPU emulator can be built into the kernel for 68030-based systems, we recommend to install a FPU.  Although the in-kernel FPU emulator can be built into the kernel
   for 68030-based systems, we recommend to install a FPU.
   
 * Sharp genuine MB89352 SCSI host adapter and their compatibles  * Sharp genuine MB89352 SCSI host adapter and their compatibles
 * Most SCSI devices  * Most SCSI devices
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 """  """
 unsupported_hardware="""  unsupported_hardware="""
  Hardware that we do NOT currently support, but get many questions about:  Hardware that we do NOT currently support, but get many questions about:
   
 * Old (SASI compatible) hard disk interface  * Old (SASI compatible) hard disk interface
   
 We are planning future support for many of these devices. Contributions are welcomed!  We are planning future support for many of these devices. Contributions are welcomed!
 """  """
 additional="""  additional="""
 [How to install in Japanese](http://www.ceres.dti.ne.jp/tsutsui/netbsd/x68k/NetBSD-x68k-on-XM6i.html)  * [How to install in Japanese](http://www.ceres.dti.ne.jp/tsutsui/netbsd/x68k/NetBSD-x68k-on-XM6i.html)
 [XM6i can emulate an X68030 running](http://xm6i.org/)  * [XM6i can emulate an X68030 running](http://xm6i.org/)
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