Subject: Re: did the list server die
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 05/02/2001 14:05:17
On Wed, May 02, 2001 at 07:09:12PM +0900, Izumi Tsutsui wrote:
> In <20010502095225.E8094@mail.er-grp.com>
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > It just means that NetBSD/hp300 is "ready" and completely ported and that
> > there are no devices left that are not supported :)
> There are some major TODO items on hp300 port, MI SCSI and wscons.
> Is anyone working on or planning them?
> When the last time I checked hp300/dev/scsireg.h,
> it seemed to have the similar register map with
> MI sys/dev/ic/mb89352reg.h, but mb89352.c does not have
> DMA support (yet).
Hmm, does the mb89352.c support synchronous SCSI ? I'll take a look.
> I'm also interested in wscons, but framebuffer on
> my HP382 is not supported even by old grf/ite..
> (It means there is no information about the device?)
I sort of know it's VGA out and what looked like a brooktree chip.
I think it occupies select codes 132-135 and one source of information
could be the HP-UX headers. It's a weird beast as the 382 also has frodo
and the memory is definitely not something you'd expect to see in a
I sent out a dmesg when I ripped the logic board from the case and
threw it in my 380:
btw, if someone comes up with a working MI SCSI & wscons I'll promise
to send over a few bottles of Finnish beer:)