Subject: Re: 1.0 Binary XFree86-3.1 Keyboard Problem?
To: Terry Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Greenman <davidg@Root.COM>
Date: 02/10/1995 14:23:15
>> Perhaps someone with more information can comment on the patch
>> level of the XF86 binary portion of the Walnut Creek CDROM.
>> I, for one, wasn't even aware that WC was distributing NetBSD. Given
>> certain statements by WC employees in the past, this frankly surprises
>> the Hell out of me, and I would personally recommend against buying a
>> CD from them.
>> Is it the complete 1.0 distribution, including the binaries for all
>> the architectures they were made for (i386, sparc, amiga, mac, and
>> pc532, I think)?
>Seems to be. Everything seems to be here. I've been working with it
>for a couple of weeks, and everything seems to be quite complete. Done
>kernel builds and everything. I really cannot complain. The only
>semi-bummer about the WC CD is that most of the 'ports' are targeted
>for FreeBSD. Whoever hacked up the openwin package added lots of
>#ifndef __FreeBSD__... it was easy to find and fix, but still
Walnut Creek CDROM does *not* sell a CDROM with NetBSD on it and has no
future plans to do so. I don't know what disk you have (BSDisc from InfoMagic,
perhaps?), but it did not come from Walnut Creek CDROM.