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New Drivers for NetBSD (09. Feb. 2001)
NetBSD-current, the development branch of NetBSD, was extended with drivers
for some more ISDN cards.
Currently are supported:
BSC ISDN Master 2092/64 (1)
ITH ISDN Master II 5000/1 (1)
VMC ISDN Blaster ...
New NetBSD Amiga Drivers (01. Feb. 2001)
Drivers for Individual Computer's "ISDN Surfer" and Zeus Development's "ISDN Link".
The NetBSD Amiga driver for the Siemens ISDN chip-set got support for two more cards for the Zorro-bus
Individual Computer "ISDN Surfer", id 4626/5
ISDN now included in NetBSD/Amiga (22. Jan. 2001)
The Zorro-bus connection for Siemens-chips (isic) are now included in NetBSD-current.
The subsystem is able to communicate with DSS1 (Euro-ISDN) mediate-stations. There are drivers for many PCI, PCMCIA,
ISA, ISAPNP, and Zorro-bus - ISDN devices.
At the ...
NetBSD-1.5 (13. Dec. 2000)
As reported before NetBSD 1.5 is available for download.
NetBSD 1.5 is here! (08. Dec. 2000)
After some weeks ago, the last patch release of the NetBSD 1.4 branch has been
released with NetBSD 1.4.3, some days ago NetBSD 1.5 has also been released.
NetBSD is a complete open source operating system and is shipped with
system administration and us...
NetBSD-1.4.3 Released (27. Nov. 2000)
The NetBSD-project announced the release of NetBSD-1.4.3.
This release fixes problems known from former versions, increases stability
and adds support for additional hardware.
NetBSD-1.4.3 is a patch release of the NetBSD-1.4-branch. The new 1.5-branch
Two Beta Snapshots of NetBSD-1.5 for 68k Amiga (08. Nov. 2000)
There are two new beta test versions of NetBSD-1.5 for 68020/030/040/060-Amigas available and we are
looking forward to your test reports:
The official BETA2-snapshot on the NetBSD-server ftp.netbsd.org in directory /pub/NetBSD/NetBSD-1.5_BETA2/amiga/
NetBSD-1.5 BETA Amiga test version (24. Oct. 2000)
NetBSD is a free, easily portable UNIX-alike operating system, which, aside from many
other platforms, also exists in an Amiga version.
A new test version of NetBSD-1.5 for 68k Amigas is available at the FTP server
ftp.netbsd.org in the directory /pub/Net...
VMC's Technical Library is Online (17. Sep. 2000)
Harald Frank wrote:
Since today our hardware dictionnary is online at last, where every
in our products technical interested user or programmer may find everything what
is needed to write drivers for Linux, NetBSD or other operating systems which
AROS Status Update (01. Aug. 2000)
Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2000 12:00:20 +0200
To: AROS Announce mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: [AROS-Announce] Status update
BGUI has been completely ported to AROS, now. This means that the library
can be compiled a...
Insider Section at individual Computers (28. Jun. 2000)
For programmers and such who wants to bekome one there now is a Insider Section on the support site.
Reference texts needed for programming close at the hardware of individual Computers' products are made
available there. Everybody who wants to write driv...
Amiga Update Newsletter by Brad Webb #991223 (24. Dec. 1999)
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Individual Computers giving away a X-Surf network card on amiga-news.de (24. Nov. 1999)
The price question is rather simple:
On which day will the card be available? Call your favourite retailer and ask for the
release date. Giving the week is sufficient, exact date won't improve your chances.
Send the date by e-mail to: