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   *Tag*: research      *Tag*: research  
   *Tag*: comparison    *Tag*: comparison
   
   * **Task: Illustrate how to use the framebuffer**: NetBSD features a generic framebuffer framework, called wsfb(4). It is already supported by Xorg by the xf86-video-wsfb driver, but it would be nice to investigate other useful ways to use it from userland. This task should illustrate exactly this, explaining and demonstrating how to write pictures on the framebuffer for instance.  
     Note that there is a generic framebuffer implementation for the i386, amd64 and macppc architectures, through the genfb(4) driver; it is known to work on the first two cases with qemu. Some help about how to enable it can be found in boot(8) (see the "vesa" command). Also, some fixes and improvements to the relevant drivers may only be found in NetBSD-current at the moment.  
     *Prerequisites*: C (basic)  
     *Tag*: research  
     *Tag*: howto  
     *Tag*: system
   
 ### Quality Assurance  ### Quality Assurance
   
 * **Task: Research POSIX compliance**: POSIX is the (more or less) standard all Unixes orient on. It describes libraries to use as well as binaries every Unix should have (like cp, mv) and their behavior.  * **Task: Research POSIX compliance**: POSIX is the (more or less) standard all Unixes orient on. It describes libraries to use as well as binaries every Unix should have (like cp, mv) and their behavior.

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