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NetBSD is a bit of a blessing for many hobbyists, as it includes support for the [[VAX]], [[Amiga]], 68k [[Mac]]s, a wide variety of toasters and the [[HP300]].  You might want to check the entire list at the [http://netbsd.org/Ports/ NetBSD list of ports]].  There's even some discussion of a port to [[PDP-10]]s!
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NetBSD is a bit of a blessing for many hobbyists, as it includes support for the [[VAX]], [[Amiga]], 68k [[Mac]]s, various [[Sun Microsystems|Sun]] systems like the [[Sun-3]] as well as a wide variety of toasters and the [[HP300]].  You might want to check the entire list at the [http://netbsd.org/Ports/ NetBSD list of ports]].  There's even some discussion of a port to [[PDP-10]]s!
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[[Running NetBSD on a VAX]]

Revision as of 20:32, 17 May 2007


NetBSD
Architecture: multiplatform
Current Version: NetBSD 3.1 (November 4, 2006)
Date Released: 1993


NetBSD is a bit of a blessing for many hobbyists, as it includes support for the VAX, Amiga, 68k Macs, various Sun systems like the Sun-3 as well as a wide variety of toasters and the HP300. You might want to check the entire list at the NetBSD list of ports]. There's even some discussion of a port to PDP-10s!

Running NetBSD on a VAX