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Hi all, here is the output of (dmassage -t) over OpenBSD 4.3
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
root
\-mainbus0
|-bios0
| |-apm0
| \-pcibios0
|-cpu0
\-pci0
|-eap0
| |-audio0
| \-midi0
|-mpi0
| \-scsibus1
|-pchb0
| \-agp0
|-pciide0
| |-atapiscsi0
| | \-scsibus0
| | \-cd0
| \-wd0
|-piixpcib0
| \-isa0
| |-fdc0
| |-isadma0
| |-lpt0
| |-npx0
| |-pccom0
| |-pccom1
| |-pckbc0
| | |-pckbd0
| | | \-wskbd0
| | \-pmsi0
| | \-wsmouse0
| \-pcppi0
| |-midi1
| \-spkr0
|-piixpm0
|-ppb0
| \-pci1
|-uhci0
| \-usb0
| \-uhub0
|-vga1
| \-wsdisplay0
\-vic0
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
and here is the output of NetBSD 4.0
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
root
\-mainbus0
|-acpi0
| |-acpiacad0
| |-attimer1
| |-pckbc1
| | |-pckbd0
| | | \-wskbd0
| | \-pms0
| | \-wsmouse0
| |-pckbc2
| \-pcppi1
| |-midi0
| \-sysbeep0
|-cpu0
|-ioapic0
\-pci0
|-eap0
| |-audio0
| \-midi1
|-mpt0
| \-scsibus0
|-pchb0
| \-agp0
|-pcn0
|-piixide0
| |-atabus0
| | \-wd0
| \-atabus1
| \-atapibus0
| \-cd0
|-piixpcib0
| \-isa0
| |-com0
| |-com1
| |-fdc0
| |-isapnp0
| |-lpt0
| \-npx0
|-piixpm0
|-ppb0
| \-pci1
|-uhci0
| \-usb0
| \-uhub0
\-vga1
\-wsdisplay0
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
now I do not understand why NetBSD is showing more Devices, does this means it supports something that OpenBSD doesnot?

I want to understand the names meaning
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now I do not understand why NetBSD is showing more Devices, does this means it supports something that OpenBSD doesnot?
No, it simply means that the manner in which OpenBSD identifies chips present on the motherboard & the drivers it assigns is different from what NetBSD does.
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Manpages, my friend. Manpages.
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got that, http://www.openbsd.org/i386.html
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