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NetBSD: A2000 clock modules driver reworked (17. Nov. 2012)
The driver for A2000-style Real Time Clock modules (popular also on A1200 CPU cards) had bit-rotted so far as to be useless. It was rewritten as machine-independent msm6242b(4) driver, with amiga-specific frontend under old a2kbbc(4) name. ...

NetBSD: Driver for Hydra-/ASDG-Network boards reworked (02. Nov. 2012)
NetBSD/amiga which is available as version 6.0 is developed further: Frank Wille has reworked ther drivers for Zorro-network boards of Hydra ("AmigaNet") and ASDG ("LAN Rover") to fix compatibility problems with 68040 and 68060 processors. ...

NetBSD 6.0 for Amiga/68k (18. Oct. 2012)
Version 6.0 of NetBSD supports a lot of plattforms, e.g. the Amiga. During the last months several new drivers have been added to the Amiga-port. Among others the SCSI-host of a BlizzardPPC or the PCI-busboards G-Rex and Mediator are supported. The w...

NetBSD: G-REX support improved (12. Jul. 2012)
The GRex-driver for the Amiga-ports of NetBSD which has been introduced at the beginning of this year was improved and now supports all PCI-slots which are available on the board. It has been tested with a Voodo 3 as well as NE 2000-based network boa...

NetBSD: Mediator driver in development (31. May. 2012)
The NetBSD port for Amiga computers has now a first support of the PCI-busboard of the model Mediator 1200. Network boards based on NE2000 (e.g. Realtek 8029, pictureo) already can be used. Usage of the PCI mem-space and therefore graphics cards are in...

NetBSD: X-Surf driver updated (17. May. 2012)
The new, reworked NetBSD xsurf driver now also features support for the two clockports present on the X-Surf network card (in addition to its already supported NE2000 ethernet functionality)....

NetBSD: Clockport support (18. Apr. 2012)
The Amiga port of NetBSD now also supports the clockport which can be found on the Amiga 1200-motherboard. The first clockport hardware which can be used under NetBSD/amiga is the RS-232-interface SilverSurfer. ...

NetBSD: G-REX support implemented (19. Jan. 2012)
The NetBSD operating system now includes support for G-REX 1200 and G-REX 4000 bus boards. The driver is experimental, currently only top PCI slot is supported. Work on improving the driver continues, progress can be observed in the Amibay forum....

NetBSD: FastATA driver available (28. Oct. 2011)
NetBSD operating system has got another driver for classic Amiga hardware. FastATA 1200 Mk-III/Mk-IV controllers from Elbox are now supported, including all available PIO modes and both IDE channels. The driver might be extended in the future to support o...

NetBSD/amiga now supporting Prometheus PCI (17. Sep. 2011)
The PCI sub system recently integrated into NetBSD/amiga has been expanded with a driver supporting the Prometheus PCI board. All PCI cards supported by device independent NetBSD drivers will now also work on an Amiga equipped with a Prometheus board ...

NetBSD: Driver for CybervisionPPC and BlizzardVision graphic boards (06. Aug. 2011)
For the Amiga port of NetBSD a basic support of the PCI-bus was added. The first available PCI-driver supports the PCI Bridge of the PPC-boards produced by Phase5 and the connected graphic boards CyberVision PPC and BlizzardVision. ...

NetBSD: BlizzardPPC-SCSI-driver (15. Jan. 2011)
Radoslaw Kujawa has written a SCSI-driver for NetBSD which supports the 53c710-based host-adapter on PowerPC-boards (BlizzardPPC 603e+). ...

WinUAE 2.3.0 (25. Sep. 2010)
Today version 2.3.0 of the Amiga emulator WinUAE has been published. New features: CDTV and CD32 subchannel hardware emulation, CD+G audio CDs supported. CDTV statefile support. FLAC CD audio supported (cue+flac or cue+iso+flac). Automatic center op...

Jump and Run: Sqrxz 0.9.9 (29. Jun. 2010)
Sqrxz is a Jump'n'Run puzzle game that requires fast reflexes and is advertized to have a high frustration factor (screenshot). Originally made in 1996 for MS-DOS and Windows 95, the remake is available for AmigaOS 4, MorphOS, NetBSD, Symbian&nb...

NetBSD/amiga 5.0 published, NetBSD/ofppc supports Pegasos officially (02. May. 2009)
Already on Wednesday version 5.0 of the operating system NetBSD for Amiga computers was published and can be downloaded under the title link. Since version 5.0 NetBSD/ofppc supports the Pegasos II officially for the first time. ...

Operating system: NetBSD 4.01 for Classic Amiga (16. Oct. 2008)
NetBSD is a Unix-like operating system which is distributed under the licence of Open Source. Currently 53 different platforms are supported inclusive Amiga/68k (and DraCo). NetBSD requires a MMU, at least a 68020 CPU and 8 MB FastRAM. You can find a ...

Operating System: NetBSD 3.0 for Classic Amiga (04. Jan. 2006)
Shortly before christmas version 3.0 of the operating system NetBSC has been released for the Classic Amiga. NetBSD is similar to Unix and is distributed under the open source licence making it easy to port it. 53 platforms are currently supported a...

distributed.net: PowerPC/AmigaOS Surpasses x86/DOS in the RC5-72 Competition (23. Dec. 2004)
The PowerPC/AmigaOS platform zipped past x86/DOS sooner than expected, taking 14th place among platform rankings. PowerPC/AmigaOS now finds itself directly behind PowerPC/MorphOS, which is itself coming up quickly behind X86/NetBSD and is projected to cat...

NetBSD 2.0 published with NetBSD/amiga (10. Dec. 2004)
NetBSD is an Unix-like operating system which is being distributed under an Open-Source-licence. NetBSD is to be the most "portable" operating system and currently supports 54 different platforms. NetBSD/amiga requires at least a 68020 CPU, an MMU ...

Historical: Attempt to Port the Mach Kernel to Amiga (04. Nov. 2004)
In an interview the Portugese user-group NetBSD-PT did with the German NetBSD developer Hubert Feyrer it's shown thoroughly how he originated this operating system, namely on the Amiga. [rest of long article not translated -dm]...

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