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Al89 
AmigaOne X5000 hardware documentation
Posted on 17-Jan-2018 22:54:40
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Hello,

Is it possible to get the hardware documentation for the X5000? It would make porting BSD a hole lot easier.

Kind Regards,
Al

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Re: AmigaOne X5000 hardware documentation
Posted on 18-Jan-2018 0:14:55
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@Al89
https://amigaone.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/trm_cyrus_1-1-1_aeon.pdf

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