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Driver for the MNT ZZ9000 Zorro board. Submitted by Alain Runa.

It was formerly known as mntzz, which Alain released three years ago.
Since then, the ZZ9000 had several firmware updates which changed some
hardware interface details rendering the former driver non functional in some
aspects. Also the audio card plug-in ZZ9000AX became available from MNT
Research. Considering the major rewrite of the driver in some areas he
decided to rename it to zz9k(9). The driver consists of several sub-drivers
each addressing different functionality of the MNT ZZ9000 & ZZ9000AX combo
card.

zz9k* is the main card driver and need to be enabled if any of the sub-driver
is enabled. zz9k on its own is not very useful, it only provides a common
zz9kbus for the other sub-drivers to connect to, so only enable it if one of
the zz9k sub-drivers are enabled.
zzfb* represents the graphics driver for the boot console and the dumb
framebuffer for X11 based on WSCONS. ZZFB_CONSOLE option enables the ZZ9000
to become the boot console.
zz* represents the ethernet interface of the ZZ9000. It basically works but
is considered experimental.
zzax* represents the ZZ9000AX audio card driver, audio* attaches to it to
provide audio output and input functionality. The driver is not functional
yet.
zzusb* represents the ZZ9000AX usb driver. It was not implemented yet and
probably never will.

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