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1.20    ! christos    1: # $NetBSD: NULL,v 1.19 2005/02/18 21:05:50 dsl Exp $
1.1       is          2: #
                      3: # This file was automatically created. Changes will be
                      4: # lost when running make in this directory.
                      5: #
1.5       lukem       6: # Created from:
1.1       is          7: #$ NetBSD: GENERIC,v 1.129 1999/10/15 21:50:34 is Exp $
                      8:
                      9: include "arch/amigappc/conf/std.amigappc"
                     10:
                     11: maxusers       8
                     12: options        RTC_OFFSET=0
                     13:
                     14: #mainboards to support (in addition to Amiga)
                     15:
                     16: #options       BB060STUPIDROM  # You need this, if you have a non-DraCo
1.5       lukem      17:                                # MC68060 with an OS ROM up to (at least)
1.1       is         18:                                # V40 (OS3.1) and want to boot with the
                     19:                                # bootblock.
                     20:                                # You do not need this if you have a DraCo,
                     21:                                # have no 68060 or NEVER use the bootblock
1.5       lukem      22: #options       P5PPC68KBOARD   # Phase5 PPC/68K board support
1.1       is         23:
                     24: #processors this kernel should support
                     25:
1.14      is         26: #options               PPC_OEA this is in std.amigappc
1.5       lukem      27: options        PPC604E
                     28: options        PPC603E
1.1       is         29:
                     30: #options       M68060          # support for 060
                     31: #options       M060SP          # MC68060 software support (Required for 060)
                     32:
                     33: #options       M68040          # support for 040
                     34: #options       FPSP            # MC68040 floating point support
                     35: #options       M68030          # support for 030
                     36: #options       M68020          # support for 020/851
                     37: #options       FPU_EMULATE     # FPU emulation
                     38:
                     39: #Networking options
                     40:
                     41: #options       INET            # IP networking support (Required)
                     42: #options       GATEWAY         # Packet forwarding
                     43: #options       DIRECTED_BROADCAST      # Broadcast across subnets
                     44: #options       MROUTING        # Multicast routing
1.15      manu       45: #options       PIM             # Protocol Independent Multicast
1.1       is         46: #options       NS              # XNS
                     47: #options       NSIP            # XNS tunneling over IP
                     48: #options       ISO,TPIP        # OSI
                     49: #options       EON             # OSI tunneling over IP
                     50: #options       CCITT,LLC,HDLC  # X.25
                     51: #options       NETATALK        # AppleTalk networking protocols
                     52: #options       PPP_BSDCOMP     # BSD-Compress compression support for PPP
                     53: #options       PPP_DEFLATE     # Deflate compression support for PPP
                     54: #options       PPP_FILTER      # Active filter support for PPP (requires bpf)
                     55: #options       PFIL_HOOKS      # pfil(9) packet filter hooks
                     56: #options       IPFILTER_LOG    # ipmon(8) log support
1.4       abs        57: #options       TCP_DEBUG       # Record last TCP_NDEBUG packets with SO_DEBUG
1.1       is         58:
                     59: file-system    FFS             # Berkeley fast file system
                     60: #file-system   EXT2FS          # second extended file system (linux)
                     61: #file-system   LFS             # log-structured filesystem (experimental)
                     62: #file-system   MFS             # Memory based filesystem
                     63: #file-system   NFS             # Network File System client side code
                     64: #file-system   ADOSFS          # AmigaDOS file system
                     65: #file-system   CD9660          # ISO 9660 + Rock Ridge filesystem
                     66: #file-system   MSDOSFS         # MS-DOS filesystem
                     67: #file-system   FDESC           # user file descriptor filesystem
                     68: #file-system   KERNFS          # kernel data-structure filesystem
                     69: #file-system   NULLFS          # loopback filesystem
                     70: #file-system   PORTAL          # Portal filesystem
                     71: #file-system   PROCFS          # /proc filesystem
                     72: #file-system   UMAPFS          # NULLFS + uid and gid remapping
                     73: #file-system   UNION           # union filesystem
1.20    ! christos   74: #file-system   PTYFS           # /dev/pts/N support
1.1       is         75:
                     76: #Filesystem options
                     77: #options       QUOTA           # User and group quotas in FFS
                     78: #options       FFS_EI          # FFS Endian Independant support
                     79: #options       NFSSERVER       # Network File System server side code
                     80: #options       EXT2FS_SYSTEM_FLAGS # makes ext2fs file flags (append and
                     81:                                # immutable) behave as system flags.
1.19      dsl        82: options        FFS_NO_SNAPSHOT # ffs snapshots
1.1       is         83:
1.3       wiz        84: #Compatibility options for various existing systems
1.1       is         85:
1.4       abs        86: #options       TCP_COMPAT_42   # 4.2BSD TCP/IP bug compat. Not recommended.
1.1       is         87: #options       COMPAT_43       # compatibility with 4.3BSD interfaces
                     88: #options       COMPAT_09       # compatibility with NetBSD 0.9
                     89: #options       COMPAT_10       # compatibility with NetBSD 1.0
                     90: #options       COMPAT_12       # compatibility with NetBSD 1.2
                     91: #options       COMPAT_13       # compatibility with NetBSD 1.3
                     92: #options       COMPAT_14       # compatibility with NetBSD 1.4
                     93: #options       COMPAT_SUNOS    # Support to run Sun (m68k) executables
                     94: #options       COMPAT_SVR4     # Support to run SVR4 (m68k) executables
                     95: #options       COMPAT_NOMID    # allow nonvalid machine id executables
                     96: #options       COMPAT_LINUX    # Support to run Linux/m68k executables
1.16      christos   97: options                COMPAT_BSDPTY   # /dev/[pt]ty?? ptys.
1.1       is         98:
                     99: #Support for System V IPC facilities.
                    100:
                    101: #options       SYSVSHM         # System V-like shared memory
                    102: #options       SYSVMSG         # System V-like messages
                    103: #options       SYSVSEM         # System V-like semaphores
                    104:
                    105: #Support for various kernel options
                    106:
                    107: #options       KTRACE          # system call tracing support
                    108: #options       LKM             # Loadable kernel modules
1.7       jdolecek  109: #options       INSECURE        # disable kernel security levels
                    110: #options       SCSIVERBOSE     # human readable SCSI error messages
1.1       is        111: #options       NTP             # NTP phase/frequency locked loop
1.11      lukem     112: options        USERCONF        # userconf(4) support
1.8       jdolecek  113: #options       PIPE_SOCKETPAIR # smaller, but slower pipe(2)
1.1       is        114:
                    115: #Misc. debugging options
                    116:
                    117: #options       DDB             # Kernel debugger
                    118: #options       DDB_HISTORY_SIZE=100    # Enable history editing in DDB
                    119: #options       DIAGNOSTIC      # Extra kernel sanity checks
                    120: #options       DEBUG           # Enable misc. kernel debugging code
                    121: #options       SYSCALL_DEBUG   # debug all syscalls.
                    122: #options       SCSIDEBUG       # Add SCSI debugging statements
1.17      is        123: #options       PANICBUTTON     # Forced crash via keypress (?)
1.1       is        124:
                    125: #Amiga specific options
                    126:
                    127: #options       LIMITMEM=24     # Do not use more than LIMITMEM MB of the
                    128:                                # first bank of RAM. (default: unlimited)
1.5       lukem     129: #options       NKPTADD=4       # set this for 4 additional KPT pages
                    130: #options       NKPTADDSHIFT=24 # set this for 1 additional KPT page
1.1       is        131:                                # per 16 MB (1<<24 bytes) of RAM
1.5       lukem     132:                                # define and decrease this, or define and
                    133:                                # increase NKPTADD if you get "out of PT pages"
                    134:                                # panics.
1.1       is        135:
                    136: #ATTENTION: There is NO WARRANTY AT ALL that the sync will be complete
                    137: #before the 10 secondinterval ends, or that KBDRESET does work at all.
                    138: #options       KBDRESET        # sync on Ctrl-Amiga-Amiga
                    139:
                    140: #These options improve performance with the built-in serial port
                    141: #on slower Amigas.  Try the larger buffers first then lev6_defer.
                    142: #options       SERIBUF_SIZE=4096
                    143: #options       SEROBUF_SIZE=32
                    144: #options       LEV6_DEFER      # defers l6 to l4 (below serial l5)
                    145:
                    146: #options       RETINACONSOLE   # enable code to allow retina to be console
                    147:
                    148: #options       ULOWELLCONSOLE  # enable code to allow a2410 to be console
                    149: #options       CL5426CONSOLE   # Cirrus console
                    150: #options       CV64CONSOLE     # CyberVision console
                    151: #options       TSENGCONSOLE    # Tseng console
                    152: #options       CV3DCONSOLE     # CyberVision 64/3D console
                    153:
                    154: #options       GRF_ECS         # Enhanced Chip Set
                    155: options        GRF_NTSC        # NTSC
                    156: options        GRF_PAL         # PAL
                    157: #options       GRF_A2024       # Support for the A2024
                    158: options        GRF_AGA         # AGA Chip Set
                    159: options        GRF_AGA_VGA     # AGA VGAONLY timing
                    160: #options       GRF_SUPER72     # AGA Super-72
                    161:
                    162: #options       KFONT_8X11      # 8x11 font
                    163:
                    164: #This is how you would tell the kernel the A2410 oscillator frequencies:
                    165: #The used frequencies are the defaults, and do not need option setting
                    166: #options       ULOWELL_OSC1=36000000
                    167: #options       ULOWELL_OSC2=66667000
                    168:
                    169: #This is how you specify the blitting speed, higher values may speed up blits
                    170: #a littel bit.  If you raise this value too much some trash may appear.
                    171: #the commented version is the default.
                    172: #options       RH_MEMCLK=61000000
                    173: #this option enables the 64 bit sprite which does not work
                    174: #for quite a few people.  E.g. The cursor sprite will turn to a block
                    175: #when moved to the top of the screen in X.
                    176: #options       RH_64BIT_SPRITE
                    177: #enables fast scroll code appears to now work on 040 systems.
                    178: #options       RETINA_SPEED_HACK
                    179: #enables the Hardwarecursor which does not work on some systems.
                    180: #options       RH_HARDWARECURSOR
                    181:
                    182: grfcc0         at mainbus0             # custom chips
                    183: #grfrt0                at zbus0                # retina II
                    184: #grfrh0                at zbus0                # retina III
                    185: #grfcl*                at zbus0                # Picasso II/Piccalo/Spectrum
                    186: #grful0                at zbus0                # A2410
                    187: #grfcv0                at zbus0                # CyberVision 64
                    188: #grfet*                at zbus0                # Tseng (oMniBus, Domino, Merlin)
                    189: #grfcv3d0      at zbus0                # CyberVision 64/3D
                    190:
                    191: grf0           at grfcc0
                    192: #grf1          at grfrt0
                    193: #grf2          at grfrh0
                    194: #grf3          at grfcl?
                    195: #grf4          at grful0
                    196: #grf5          at grfcv0
                    197: #grf6          at grfet?
                    198: #grf7          at grfcv3d0
                    199:
                    200: ite0           at grf0                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    201: #ite1          at grf1                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    202: #ite2          at grf2                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    203: #ite3          at grf3                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    204: #ite4          at grf4                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    205: #ite5          at grf5                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    206: #ite6          at grf6                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    207: #ite7          at grf7                 # terminal emulators for grfs
                    208:
                    209: #msc0          at zbus0                # A2232 MSC multiport serial.
                    210: #mfc0          at zbus0                # MultiFaceCard I/O board
                    211: #mfcs0         at mfc0 unit 0          # MFC serial
                    212: #mfcs1         at mfc0 unit 1          # MFC serial
                    213: #mfcp0         at mfc0 unit 0          # MFC parallel [not available yet]
                    214: #mfc1          at zbus0                # MultiFaceCard 2nd I/O board
                    215: #mfcs2         at mfc1 unit 0
                    216: #mfcs3         at mfc1 unit 1
                    217: #mfcp1         at mfc1 unit 0
                    218:
                    219: #hyper*                at zbus?                # zbus HyperCom3/3+/4/4+
                    220: #hyper*                at mainbus0             # not yet: HyperCom1 + HyperCom3
                    221: #com*          at hyper? port ?        # Hypercom3/4 serial ports
                    222: #lpt*          at hyper? port ?        # Hypercom3+/4+ parallel port
                    223:
                    224: #Amiga Mainboard devices (sans graphics and keyboard)
                    225:
                    226: #ser0          at mainbus0             # Amiga onboard serial
                    227: #par0          at mainbus0             # Amiga onboard parallel
                    228: ms*            at mainbus0             # Amiga mice
                    229: #fdc0          at mainbus0             # Amiga FDC
                    230: #fd*           at fdc0 unit ?          # floppy disks on the later
                    231: a34kbbc0       at mainbus0             # A3000/A4000 battery backed clock
                    232: #a2kbbc0       at mainbus0             # A2000 battery backed clock
                    233: #aucc*         at mainbus0             # Amiga CC audio
                    234: #audio*                at aucc?
                    235:
                    236: #Zorro-II, Zorro-III, DraCo Direct-Bus devices (sans graphics)
                    237:
1.5       lukem     238: #Alas, Melody-Z2 dont configure in the DraCo bus.
1.1       is        239: #melody*       at zbus0                # Melody MPEG audio decoder
                    240: #audio*                at melody?
                    241:
                    242: #Ethernet cards:
                    243: #le*           at zbus0                # A2065, Ameristar, Ariadne
                    244: #ne*           at zbus0                # AriadneII
                    245: #ed*           at zbus0                # Hydra, ASDG LanRover
                    246: #es*           at zbus0                # CEI A4066 EthernetPLUS
                    247: #qn*           at zbus0                # Quicknet
                    248:
                    249: #bah*          at zbus0                # C=/Ameristar A2060 / 560
                    250:
                    251: #Greater Valley Product Bus
                    252: #gvpbus*       at zbus0
                    253:
                    254: #scsi stuff, all possible
                    255: #gtsc0         at gvpbus?              # GVP series II scsi
                    256: #scsibus*      at gtsc0
                    257: #ahsc0         at mainbus0             # A3000 scsi
                    258: #scsibus*      at ahsc0
                    259: #atzsc0                at zbus0                # A2091 scsi
                    260: #scsibus*      at atzsc0
                    261: #wstsc0                at zbus0                # Wordsync II scsi
                    262: #scsibus*      at wstsc0
                    263: #ivsc0         at zbus0                # IVS scsi
                    264: #scsibus*      at ivsc0
                    265: #mlhsc0                at zbus0                # Hacker scsi
                    266: #scsibus*      at mlhsc0
                    267: #otgsc0                at zbus0                # 12 gauge scsi
                    268: #scsibus*      at otgsc0
                    269: #zssc0         at zbus0                # Zeus scsi
                    270: #scsibus*      at zssc0
                    271: #mgnsc0                at zbus0                # Magnum scsi
                    272: #scsibus*      at mgnsc0
                    273: #wesc0         at zbus0                # Warp Engine scsi
                    274: #scsibus*      at wesc0
                    275: #afsc0         at zbus0                # A4091 scsi
                    276: #scsibus*      at afsc0
                    277: #aftsc0                at mainbus0             # A4000T scsi
                    278: #scsibus*      at aftsc0
                    279: #flsc0         at zbus0                # FastlaneZ3 scsi
                    280: #scsibus*      at flsc0
1.5       lukem     281: #bzsc0         at zbus0                # Blizzard 1230 I,II scsi
1.1       is        282: #scsibus*      at bzsc0
1.5       lukem     283: #bzivsc0       at zbus0                # Blizzard 12x0 IV scsi
1.1       is        284: #scsibus*      at bzivsc0
                    285: #bztzsc0       at zbus0                # Blizzard 2060 scsi
                    286: #scsibus*      at bztzsc0
                    287: #cbsc0         at zbus0                # CyberSCSI I
                    288: #scsibus*      at cbsc0
                    289: #cbiisc0       at zbus0                # CyberSCSI II
                    290: #scsibus*      at cbiisc0
                    291: #cbiiisc0      at zbus0                # Cyberstorm mk.III/Cyberstorm PPC SCSI
                    292: #scsibus*      at cbiiisc0
                    293: #empsc0                at zbus0                # Emplant scsi
                    294: #scsibus*      at empsc0
                    295: #idesc0                at mainbus0             # A4000 & A1200 IDE
                    296: #scsibus*      at idesc0
                    297:
                    298: #each hard drive from low target to high
                    299: #will configure to the next available sd unit number
                    300: #sd*   at scsibus? target ? lun ?      # scsi disks
                    301: #st*   at scsibus? target ? lun ?      # scsi tapes
                    302: #cd*   at scsibus? target ? lun ?      # scsi cds
                    303: #ss*   at scsibus? target ? lun ?      # scsi scanner
                    304: #ch*   at scsibus? target ? lun ?      # scsi autochangers
                    305: #uk*   at scsibus? target ? lun ?      # scsi unknown
                    306:
                    307: #pseudo-device loop                    # loopback network interface
                    308: #pseudo-device sl              1       # SLIP network interfaces
                    309: #pseudo-device ppp             1       # PPP network interfaces
                    310: #pseudo-device tun             1       # network tunnel line discipline
                    311: #pseudo-device gre             2       # generic L3 over IP tunnel
                    312: #pseudo-device bpfilter        16      # Berkeley packet filter
                    313: #pseudo-device ipfilter                # IP Filter package
                    314:
                    315: pseudo-device  view            4       # views (needed for grfcc)
1.2       jdolecek  316: pseudo-device  pty                     # pseudo-terminals
1.1       is        317:
                    318: #pseudo-device vnd             4       # vnode pseudo-disks
                    319: #pseudo-device ccd             4       # concatenated disk devices
                    320: #pseudo-device raid            4       # RAIDframe disk driver
                    321:
                    322: #rnd is EXPERIMENTAL at this point.
1.5       lukem     323: #pseudo-device rnd                     # /dev/random and in-kernel generator
                    324: #options       RND_COM                 # use "com" randomness as well (BROKEN)
1.1       is        325:
                    326: config netbsd root on ? type ?

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