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Re: NetBSD/hp300 switched to wscons

On 8 February 2011 15:45, Izumi Tsutsui <tsutsui%ceres.dti.ne.jp@localhost> 
> Hi,
> Last week I've ported wscons drivers (HIL and framebuffers) from OpenBSD
> for demonstration of 9000/425t at Open Source Conference 2011 Kagawa.
> Finally NetBSD/hp300 has been switched to wscons!
> http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/source-changes/2011/02/06/msg018165.html
> ---
> Log Message:
> Switch NetBSD/hp300 to wscons with rasops. Simply ported from OpenBSD/hp300.
> - Only A1416 Kathmandu (topcat) framebuffer on 425t is tested, but
> Âall other variants (TigerShark, Hyperion, DaVinci, GatorBox, Renaissance)
> Âshould also work if they are working on OpenBSD/hp300.
> - sti(4) and SGC bus support are not pulled because I don't have 425e
> Âand I can't confirm that 362 and 382 actually have SGC bus.
> Â(I'll commit a DIO based dumb driver for 362 and 382 framebuffers later)
> - Xorg server with wsfb driver will also be integrated soon
> Âonce after keycode with NoSymbol problem is addressed.
> Â(We have to re-think what code should be used on WSDISPLAY_COMPAT_RAWKBD)
> - MI HIL keyboard and mouse drivers are working fine though
> Âcngetc via hilkbd has some problem (still we can input commands).
> - No old HP-UX like HIL ioctl compatibility (we removed COMPAT_HPUX anyway).
> Âgrfinfo(8) and hilinfo(8) will be removed shortly.
> Demonstrated on NetBSD booth at Open Source Conference 2011 Kagawa.

Extremely cool - does this mean an MI m68k wscons X server is feasible?

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