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Update for the 9.0 release

    1: [[!template id=port
    2: port="x68k"
    3: cur_rel="9.0"
    4: future_rel="10.0"
    5: pkg_rel="8.0"
    6: changes_cur="9.0"
    7: changes_future="10.0"
    8: thumbnail="//www.netbsd.org/images/ports/x68k/super.gif"
    9: about="""
   10: NetBSD/x68k is the port of NetBSD for the Japanese personal computer
   11: [SHARP](http://www.sharp.co.jp/) X68000/X68030 series.
   12: It runs on some models of X680x0 with MMU and FPU.
   13: When you use NetBSD/x68k, you may have to replace your machine settings
   14: (e.g. changing MC68EC30 with MC68030).
   15: 
   16: ###The History of NetBSD/x68k
   17: 
   18: The NetBSD/x68k port was [started in 1993 by OKI Masaru](http://www.sra.co.jp/public/doc/bsd/NetBSD/NetBSD-x68k).
   19: At first, it was ported from NetBSD/amiga, and tracked NetBSD 0.9,
   20: NetBSD 1.0, and NetBSD 1.1.
   21: NetBSD/x68k has been included in the official release of NetBSD
   22: from 1.2 onwards.
   23: 
   24: Since April 2002, Nishimura Takeshi is maintaining the NetBSD/x68k port.
   25: 
   26: """
   27: supported_hardware="""
   28: ### Supported System Models
   29: 
   30: It is necessary to install Xellent30 or Jupiter-X MPU accelerator
   31: for X68000 series.
   32: 
   33: 040turbo and 060turbo are also supported for X68030.
   34: 
   35: * X68030/X68030HD
   36: * X68030compact/X68030compactHD
   37: * X68000XVI/X68000XVI HD
   38: * X68000SUPER/X68000SUPER HD
   39: * X68000EXPERT/X68000EXPERT HD
   40: * X68000PRO/X68000PRO HD
   41: * X68000ACE/X68000ACE HD
   42: 
   43: ### Supported Peripherals
   44: 
   45: NetBSD/x68k requires Motorola 680[346]0 processor (with MMU),
   46: SCSI board and harddisks, and over 4MByte memory and 100MByte of disk space.
   47: 
   48: Although the in-kernel FPU emulator can be built into the kernel
   49: for 68030-based systems, we recommend to install a FPU.
   50: 
   51: * Sharp genuine MB89352 SCSI host adapter and their compatibles
   52: * Most SCSI devices
   53: * Built-in floppy drives
   54: * Built-in frame buffer (both of the text and graphics screen)
   55: * Built-in Z8530 serial
   56: * Built-in parallel (Centronics printer interface)
   57: * The standard keyboard
   58: * The mouse / trackball
   59: * PSX16550 TL16C550CN UARTs
   60: * [Neptune-X](http://www.amy.hi-ho.ne.jp/shimada/neptune/) NE2000 Ethernet
   61: * [Nereid](http://xps.jp/nereid/nereid-returns.html) RTL8019AS Ethernet
   62: * [Nereid](http://xps.jp/nereid/nereid-returns.html) bank memory
   63: * [Nereid](http://xps.jp/nereid/nereid-returns.html) SL811HS USB host controller
   64: * Mach-2 SCSI host adapters
   65: * Tsukumo TS-6BE16 extended memory
   66: * Built-in ADPCM voice synthesizer
   67: 
   68: """
   69: unsupported_hardware="""
   70: Hardware that we do NOT currently support, but get many questions about:
   71: 
   72: * Old (SASI compatible) hard disk interface
   73: 
   74: We are planning future support for many of these devices. Contributions are welcomed!
   75: """
   76: additional="""
   77: * [How to install in Japanese](http://www.ceres.dti.ne.jp/tsutsui/netbsd/x68k/NetBSD-x68k-on-XM6i.html)
   78: * [XM6i can emulate an X68030 running](http://xm6i.org/)
   79: """
   80: 
   81: ]]
   82: [[!tag tier2port]]

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