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SBUS(4) 			   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 			  SBUS(4)

     SBus -- introduction to machine-independent SBus bus support and drivers

     sbus* at mainbus?
     sbus* at iommu?
     sbus* at xbox?

     SBus attachments are specific to the NetBSD/sparc and NetBSD/sparc64 ports.

     SBus is a I/O interconnect bus mostly found in SPARC workstations and small to medium server
     class systems.  It supports both on-board peripherals and extension boards.  The SBus speci-
     fications define the bus protocol as well as the electrical and mechanical properties of the
     extension slots.

     NetBSD includes machine-independent SBus drivers, sorted by device type and driver name:

   SCSI interfaces
	   esp	     NCR53c94 and compatible SCSI interfaces.

	   isp	     Qlogic SCSI interfaces.

   Network interfaces
	   le	     Lance 7990 series Ethernet interfaces.

	   hme	     ``Happy Meal'' Ethernet interfaces.

	   en	     Midway-based Efficient Networks Inc. and Adaptec ATM interfaces.

	   be	     ``Big Mac'' Ethernet board.

	   qe	     Quad Ethernet Controller board.

	   xbox      an Sbus expansion box.

   Graphics devices
	   bwtwo     framebuffer device.

	   cgthree   framebuffer device.

	   cgsix     framebuffer device.

	   pnozz     framebuffer device.

	   tcx	     framebuffer device.

	   zx	     framebuffer device.

   Audio devices
	   audiocs   CS4231 codec.

   Serial interfaces
	   magma     Magma Serial/Parallel combo device.

   Floppy interfaces
	   fdc	     Floppy disk controller

     audiocs(4), be(4), bwtwo(4), cgsix(4), cgthree(4), en(4), esp(4), fdc(4), hme(4), intro(4),
     isp(4), le(4), magma(4), pnozz(4), qe(4), tcx(4), xbox(4), zx(4)

     The machine-independent SBus subsystem appeared in NetBSD 1.3.

BSD					 January 7, 2009				      BSD
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