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 ===== The official models ===== ===== The official models =====
  
-The A3000UX is no different from a standard A3000 except for the 3000UX badging, and a default configuration consisting of a 200MB HD and at least 8MB fast RAM. Amiga UNIX was also preinstalled. All other features were optional, usual expansions were A2065 Ethernet board and the A3070 tape drive. Check out A3000UX's hardware page here and also the similar A2500UX.+The A3000UX is no different from a standard A3000 except for the 3000UX badging, and a default configuration consisting of a 200MB HD and at least 8MB fast RAM. Amiga UNIX was also preinstalled. All other features were optional, usual expansions were A2065 Ethernet board and the A3070 tape drive.
  
 ===== Compatible hardware ==== ===== Compatible hardware ====
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 **Out-of-the-box works (ie. drives built into the kernel)** **Out-of-the-box works (ie. drives built into the kernel)**
  
-  * Commodore Amiga 3000 on-board SCSI controller +Commodore hardware: 
-  * Commodore A2090/A2091 SCSI controller board +  * Amiga 3000 on-board SCSI controller 
-  * Commodore A2065 10Base5/10Base2 Ethernet Adapter (and the identical Ameristar AE2000) - see [[networking|Networking]]) +  * A2090/A2091 SCSI controller board 
-  * Commodore A2410 "Lowell" video card (enables 8-bit color depth in X) - see [[x11|X11]] +  * A2065 10Base5/10Base2 Ethernet Adapter (and the identical Ameristar AE2000) - see [[networking|Networking]]) 
-  * Commodore A3070 SCSI Tape drive (external QIC 120/150 drive, required for default scripted installation) - see [[tape-creation|using tape in Amix]] +  * A2410 "Lowell" video card (enables 8-bit color depth in X) - see [[x11|X11]] 
-  * [[a2232|Commodore A2232 Serial expansion board]] (multiple serial port console support)+  * A3070 SCSI Tape drive - see here for more about tape drives: [[tape-creation|using tape in Amix]] 
 +  * [[a2232|A2232 Serial expansion board]] (multiple serial port console support)
  
 Compatible: Compatible:
   * Phase5 Blizzard 4030 (A3000 CPU card, 68030@50MHz) (verified by user)   * Phase5 Blizzard 4030 (A3000 CPU card, 68030@50MHz) (verified by user)
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-Compatible 3rd party SCSI tape drives (must be set to SCSI ID 4) 
-  * Caliper, Sankyo and Wangtek brands of SCSI QIC-150 tape drives (Wangtek 5150 ES verified by user) 
-  * Archive Viper 150 MB (see note below) 
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-Note: //Drivers written by Frank Edwards for the Archive Viper tape unit are now included with Amiga Unix. Type Ctrl-D at the first prompt of the installation procedure. Type "viper_kludge". Then type Ctrl-D to resume the installation" // (Source: Amiga Unix Version 2.1 - Addendum). Thanks to mark_k on EAB forums finding [[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/comp.unix.amiga/DY9h44K7vEo/FGppbzz0Z50J|this old discussion]]. 
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-Not compatible SCSI drives (verified by user): Tandberg TDC4120 
  
 **Works with drivers from Gateway UNIX CDs ** **Works with drivers from Gateway UNIX CDs **
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