NetBSD/mac68k 1.2

NetBSD/mac68k 1.2 was the third formal release of NetBSD/mac68k.

Scott Reynolds was the maintainer of NetBSD/mac68k at the time of the 1.2 release

Supported Hardware

NetBSD/mac68k 1.2 runs on several of the older Macintosh computers. A minimal system requires 4M of RAM and about 65M of disk space. By leaving out a package or two, the system can be squeezed onto a 40M disk. At least 8MB of RAM and 200MB of disk space are recommended for more serious use. The following Macintosh hardware is supported:

If you have a device that's not listed, it might be compatible with something else, or we might have simply forgotten it. If all else fails, maybe you could write a driver!

Some systems will boot and are usable from an external terminal (serial tty or SLIP):

Please note that many of these systems will work with custom kernels. Check out the machine status page for details. Major items often asked about, but not supported in 1.2 include: Don't see something you're looking for? Check to see you see if it's in the current system or on the TO-DO list.

Other documents of interest

For more questions, see the FAQ, the meta-FAQ, the general info document, or the machine status document.

If you're interested in NetBSD/mac68k you should use a more recent version.

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