The emulators/nono port

nono-0.1.6 – LUNA-I emulator (cvsweb github)

Description

nono is OMRON LUNA-I emulator.
WWW: http://www.pastel-flower.jp/~isaki/nono/

Readme

$OpenBSD: README,v 1.2 2020/11/27 09:24:41 gonzalo Exp $

+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
| Running NetBSD on ${PKGSTEM}
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------

From ${PKGSTEM}'s manual to run NetBSD you need to create a directory
with your disk and config:

$ mkdir ~/nono

You can download the liveimage of NetBSD from
http://teokurebsd.org/netbsd/liveimage/20200518-luna68k/ and place it
on ~/nono

The config file nono.cfg inside ~/nono should be like:

vmtype = luna
spc0-id6-image = hd,liveimage-luna68k-raw-20200518.img

Now run nono specifying ~/nono:

$ nono -c ~/nono

Now inside the console you should follow these instructions:

k
[Enter]
[Enter]
d
boot
g
x

For more options you should read the manual (for now only in Japanese).

+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
| Running OpenBSD on ${PKGSTEM}
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Currently nono's luna88k emulation is under construction, but aoyama@
build a custom image for ${PKGSTEM}.

You can follow the README file in:

http://www.nk-home.net/~aoyama/liveimage/

To boot OpenBSD on ${PKGSTEM}.

The config file nono.cfg inside ~/nono should be like:

vmtype = luna88k
luna-dipsw1 = 11111111
ram-size = 64MB
spc0-id6-image = hd,liveimage-luna88k-raw-20201121.img

To turn it on:

$ nono -c ~/nono -s 0.5 -f -A boot

Maintainer

Gonzalo L. R.

Not for arches

hppa m88k mips64 powerpc powerpc64 sparc64

Broken

on i386: requires __m128i and similar types; may work if SSE is disabled

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