Christian E. Hopps was the maintainer of NetBSD/amiga at the time of the 1.0 release.
NetBSD/amiga 1.0 runs on any amiga that has a 68020 or better CPU with some form of FPU and MMU. The minimal configuration requires 4M of RAM and about 65M of disk space. To install the entire system requires much more disk space, and to run X or compile the system, more RAM is recommended. (4M of RAM will actually allow you to compile, however it won't be speedy. X really isn't usable on a 4M system)
Here is a table of recommended HD partition sizes for a full install:
partition: advise, with X, needed, with X root (/) 15M 15M 10M 10M user (/usr) 65M 100M 45M 80M swap ----- 2M for every M ram ----- local (/local) up to you
As you may note the recommended size of /usr is 20M greater than needed. This is to leave room for a kernel source and compile tree as you will probably want to compile your own kernel. (GENERIC is large and bulky to accommodate all people).
People with 4M systems should count on allocating a larger swap partition.
Devices supported by NetBSD/amiga 1.0 include:
If you're interested in NetBSD/amiga you should use a more recent version.