Subject: Re: SUP for Linux (fwd)
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Scott J Ellentuch <email@example.com>
Date: 05/12/1995 08:59:56
In Rob Windsor's own words (And I ">_") :
> Verily did Rob Healey write:
> > > Rob Windsor (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > > I use sup on Ultrix, Solaris (ugh), and OSF/1, and compiled it myself
> > > (from the NetBSD sources; they were all I could find). It was easy on
> > > all of the platforms except Solaris. I've never compiled anything for
> > > Linux, but assuming it is really as standard as people claim it is
> > > there shouldn't be much problem compiling sup there.
> The above is a bit misleading. I wasn't the one that claimed that I
> used sup on Ultrix, Solaris, and OSF/1.
> Instead, I have a binary that I use under Solaris that I didn't compile
> This is just to fend off people sending -me- e-mail asking for my install
> notes. :>
Last nite I finished it against the source I found on ftp.netbsd.org .
Its about 300 lines of diff, but I need someone to tell me the right
way to diff it (It doesn't look like all the others with --- and ***) and
who at CMU (I keep emailing but get no answer) and I'll get them to update it
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