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CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: src

Subject: CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: src
From: Miod Vallat
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2008 23:24:40 UTC
Newsgroups: fa.openbsd.source-changes

CVSROOT:        /cvs
Module name:    src
Changes by:     [email protected]    2008/08/18 17:19:29

Modified files:
        distrib/notes/vax: hardware prep 
        share/man/man4/man4.vax: Makefile dz.4 intro.4 le.4 uba.4 
        sys/arch/vax/conf: GENERIC RAMDISK files.vax 
        sys/arch/vax/dec: files.dec 
        sys/arch/vax/include: clock.h nexus.h rpb.h scb.h 
        sys/arch/vax/uba: ubareg.h 
        sys/arch/vax/vax: autoconf.c clock.c conf.c findcpu.c locore.c 
                          machdep.c pmap.c scb.c vm_machdep.c 
Added files:
        share/man/man4/man4.vax: fwio.4 mbus.4 sii.4 
        sys/arch/vax/dec: sii.c siireg.h siivar.h 
        sys/arch/vax/mbus: dz_fwio.c files.mbus fwio.c fwioreg.h 
                           fwiovar.h if_le_fwio.c mbus.c mbusreg.h 
                           mbusvar.h sii_fwio.c uba_mbus.c 
        sys/arch/vax/vax: ka60.c 

Log message:
Add support for the ``Firefox'' VAXstation 3520/3540/3820/3840 workstations,
currently limited to serial console and a single processor working.

All ``on-board'' devices, including the Q-bus adapter, but except for
the frame buffer, are supported. The machine will boot over the network
or from SCSI devices.

Lots of thanks to Al Kossow for www.bitsavers.org, on which I found the
technical documentation allowing me to complete this port (which was
lacking at the time I got that machine...).

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