This port has been done by Kenji Aoyama. His own detailed OpenBSD/luna88k resource page used to be found at http://www.nk-home.net/~aoyama/luna88k/openbsd-luna88k.html . Until it goes back on line, there is still some content available at http://www.nk-home.net/~aoyama/luna88k/ .
I am no longer working on OpenBSD for the Luna-88K hardware.
I am currently investigating the low-memory behaviour of the multiprocessor kernel. On a 16MB Luna-88K (already hitting swap after booting multiuser), attempting to compile a kernel (even using make without the -j option stops after a few files, with a segmentation fault in the compiler...
As the time of the last update of this page,
OpenBSD 5.8 is the latest release.
(in no particular order)
As researched by Jeff McMahill, the LUNA-88K serial ports use Micro 70 Hirose connectors. The outlet on the LUNA-88K is ref. QM10-14R(L)-PR; a matching cable would match either QM30-14PA-EP IDC Plug with a QM14-CS cover with locking latches, or a QM30-14P-EP IDC Plug with a QM14-CV cover without locks.
I am trying to get a quote for a few QM40 and QM14 parts (QM40 is a solder type connector, which will be easier than QM30 for my
minionsco-workers to solder the other end of a
``regular'' serial cable).
For the record, pin assignment can be found here (local copy of http://www.kk.iij4u.or.jp/~taokamur/luna68k/serial.jpg)