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Hardware Documentation - Machines

Macro System Development

MacroSystem Computer GmbH was well know for its audio, graphics and video boards for the Commodore Amiga machines and their video editing software. When Commodore went bankrupt, they decided to build their own machines and created the DraCo (a 68060 machine which runs AmigaOS with some replaced device drivers) and Casablanca (a cut-down version only usable for video editing).

The DraCo uses the Zorro-2 bus for low-speed peripherals (e.g. network, additional serial boards etc) and a buffered local bus for the graphics and video boards.

NetBSD/Amiga was enhanced to run also on DraCo machines; first official release booting on the DraCo was NetBSD-1.2.

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