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MAINBUS(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						MAINBUS(4)

mainbus -- pseudo top level bus SYNOPSIS
mainbus0 at root XX at mainbus0 DESCRIPTION
The mainbus is not a real bus, but serves as the top level device to which other busses and drivers attach. SEE ALSO
config(1), autoconf(4), intro(4) BSD
May 2, 2000 BSD

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MCA(4)							   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						    MCA(4)

mca -- introduction to machine-independent MCA bus support and drivers SYNOPSIS
mca0 at mainbus? options MCAVERBOSE Machine-dependent; depends on the bus topology and MCA bus interface of your system. Typical MCA buses are connected directly to the main system bus. DESCRIPTION
NetBSD includes a machine-independent MCA bus subsystem and several machine-independent MCA device drivers. HARDWARE
NetBSD includes machine-independent MCA drivers, sorted by device type and driver name: SCSI controllers aha Adaptec AHA-1640 SCSI interface esp NCR 53C90 SCSI Adapter Disk and tape controllers edc IBM ESDI Fixed Disk Controller Serial interfaces com NS8250-, NS16450-, and NS16550-based serial cards. Network interfaces tr TROPIC based token ring interfaces ate Allied-Telesis 1720 Ethernet interface cards we WD/SMC WD80x3x Ethernet interface cards and clones le SKNET Personal and MC+ Ethernet interface cards elmc 3Com EtherLink/MC (3c523) Ethernet interface ep 3Com EtherLink III 3c529 Ethernet interface tra Tiara LANCard/E and Standard MicroSystems 3016/MC Ethernet interface SEE ALSO
aha(4), ate(4), com(4), edc(4), elmc(4), ep(4), esp(4), le(4), ne(4), tr(4), tra(4), we(4) HISTORY
The machine-independent MCA subsystem appeared in NetBSD 1.5. BSD
March 3, 2005 BSD
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