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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
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]...
AMIGAplus 07-08/2003 - Shopping-Time (31. Jul. 2003)
Issue 07-08/2003 of the German 68 pages, 4c paper magazine AMIGAplus is
out now including eight hardware-reviews, workshops and much more.
Content of this issue:
Reviews of X-Surf II and Catweasel MK3/PCI Flipper
Reviews of ATI Radeon Pro 9000, ...
NetBSD 1.6.1 released (21. Apr. 2003)
The NetBSD project is pleased, to announce the availability of version 1.6.1
of the NetBSD operating system.
Further details about this release as well as about the NetBSD operating system can be found at the title link.
New security concept at OpenBSD (15. Apr. 2003)
OpenBSD is one of the UN!XE which is ported for the Amiga 68k, too.
In contrast to NetBSD or Linux, OpenBSD is pay attached to the safety for server tasks.
So there is practically only one distribution where introduction of new drivers, services or perf...
Set-top boxes and more: New statement by Genesi (19. Jan. 2003)
In a new statement (title link) Raquel Velasco und Bill Buck of Genesi have
a.o. announced a contract for Pegasos and MorphOS based set-top boxes, which
provides for the cash flow necessary for the other projects.
Shows are expensive. 100,000 Dollars...
NetBSD 1.6 published in September 2002 already (23. Oct. 2002)
On September the 14th 2002 version 1.6
of NetBSD/amiga has been published already.
Ports of NetBSD, a fully functional and
UNIX style operating system, which was developed at the University of California
Berkeley and is open source, is for nearly ...
Frank Wille: vbcc version 0.8 und vlink version 0.8 (Update) (12. Oct. 2002)
Frank Wille has updated two of his programs. The first is
vbcc version 0.8,
a highly optimized portable ISO C compiler, available in versions for Amiga and MorphOS. The compiler supports ISO C as defined in ISO/IEC 9899:1989 and part of the new standard...
Unix: NetBSD-Port for Pegasos suggested (06. Jan. 2002)
At the "Suggested Ports" section of the open source unix system
"NetBSD" a NetBSD port for the Pegasos PPC system (bplan) is listed.
Who is interested in such port might contact
Allen Briggs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Individual Computers: VarIO Updates (20. Nov. 2001)
The support-area of our website contains two updates for our interface
board VarIO: The new driver archive contains a corrected version of the
SetupVarIO command (Enforcer hits removed), and a french catalog. The
new file Inside_VarIO.txt describes the fi...
Lexsite: New update of hardware-website (17. Oct. 2001)
Today Lexsite hase been updated.
The following things have been added:
Description, photos and gallery-pictures of
Commodore A1060 Sidecar (XT-emulator for A1000)
Kupke Golem HD 3000 (ST-506-controller for Zorro II)
Datel Action Replay III A2000 ...
A600/A1200: PCMCIA - Compatibility list (10. Oct. 2001)
Martin Bertelsmann guides an AmigaOS-/Linux-/NetBSD-compatibility list of the PCMCIA-cards in Amiga 600 / Amiga 1200 under the title link.
He asks for further test reports.
Unix-command (NetBSD) "file" recognizes Amiga pictograms (08. Oct. 2001)
The NetBSD version (NetBSD-current) of the Unix-command 'file' is now able to recognize Workbench-pictograms (.info-files).
This feature is available for all platforms supported by NetBSD. Furthermore the maintainer of the file-distribution for
NetBSD-1.5.2 released (18. Sep. 2001)
The NetBSD project announce the release of NetBSD-1.5.2.
NetBSD-1.5.2 is a "pathc release" building on the NetBSD-1.5 branch and
basically containing corrections.
For example a problem with the installation procedure for NetBSD/Amiga was
fixed, which cre...
Repulse-driver for NetBSD/Amiga (27. Aug. 2001)
A driver for the "repulse" board by Aliendesign was added to the
Repulse is a Zorro II interface to an AC97 compliant Audio CODEC and
additional S/P-DIF circuitry. The NetBSD driver currently only supports
8-48 kHz mono or stere...
NetBSD-1.5.1 released (17. Jul. 2001)
NetBSD-1.5.1 is a patch release for the Unix like open source operating
system from now available via FTP.
Since NetBSD-1.5 mainly some enhancements regarding system security were
added. VLAN's (viruel LAN's) support is one of the new features.
REBOL/Command V2.0 (27. May. 2001)
On 25 May 2001 version 2.0 of REBOL/Command was released. This version
supports HTTPS, SSL, FastCGI, external libraries, as well as several
encryption systems like Blowfish, RSA, and DSA. REBOL/Command/View is
an additional part of the packet.
NetBSD/Amiga: 1.5.1_BETA2 Test Snapshot (17. May. 2001)
a test snapshot, is available under the title link.
If you have the possibility to do so, please test this snapshot and then report problems
port-amiga mailing list
or via the
NetBSD error database.
NetBSD-Amiga 1.5.1 BETA Test Version (02. May. 2001)
You can download a beta snapshot of the forthcoming version 1.5.1 of
NetBSD/Amiga via FTP.
The NetBSD team waits for the test
reports of the NetBSD-mailinglist or the bug-database.
Over 1500 New Binary Packages for NetBSD - 1.5 for M68k Computers (20. Mar. 2001)
John Klos and Bob Nestor have uploaded Over 1500 new binary packages for NetBSD
- 1.5 for m68k computers (eg. Amiga) on the ftp server. This is the result of
some month of compiling on their computers.
If someone needs more packages, but can not translate...