Subject: Emacs and kernel source
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: H}kan Th|rngren <email@example.com>
Date: 02/01/1995 09:41:37
I have just installed 1.0 on my A3000 and was amazed by how easy it was,
Thank you *very* much for NetBSD, it resurrected my aging A3000!
I really need to get GNU-Emacs for it.
There are some Emacs archives available in the NetBSD-Amiga directory, but
they appear to be precompiled versions.
I rather get the standard distribution and compile it myself since I have to
do that for my SUN anyway.
I tried 19.21, which is the latest I have at home, but ran into problems
when trying to link it. It appears that Emacs has its own C-startup code
and this is clearly beyond my skills.
If I get 19.28, will it compile without problems?
This is a FAQ, but it could not find the in the FAQ. :-(
Where can I find the latest kernel source?
I am considering a CD-ROM player for my A3000 which I believe is supported
by NetBSD. But what about PhotoCDs? If I get a multisession CD-player,
can I display the nice photos on my A3000 (using X)?
Use MS-Windows every morning and nothing worse will happen to you all day.