OpenBSD/armish runs on various ARM-based appliances,
using the Redboot bootloader (and which boot Linux by default).
The OpenBSD/armish port was discontinued after the 6.0 release.
OpenBSD/armish is the 3rd OpenBSD port to ARM based machines, after
cats and zaurus.
It is intended to support a variety of rather similar ARM-based
Thecus N2100 (plus rebadged versions: Allnet ALL6500, Evesham SilverSTOR M-Box)
Thecus N4100 (plus rebadged versions: Allnet ALL6400, Evesham SilverSTOR XS)
- IO-DATA HDL-Gxxx, HDL-GWxxx, and HDL-GZxxx series
- These models are a subset of the "Giga-landisk" product line, but the
HDL-GXxxx models are not compatible (use Marvell CPUs).
- The standard "landisk" (100mbit) machines are instead supported by the
- The Thecus N2100 runs multiuser and boots from disk using its own
bootloader, or from the network using built-in Redboot.
- The IO-DATA HDL-G series is multiuser and will soon be able to
boot from disk as well.
Getting and installing OpenBSD/armish
The last supported OpenBSD/armish release was
Here are the
OpenBSD/armish 5.9 installation instructions.