Subject: Re: WWW kernel compile facility...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/04/1999 14:51:40
In message <Pine.NEB.email@example.com>, David
>Is there anyone on this list who is able (or knows someone who would be
>able) to take this machine an give it an ethernet connection, at a
>reasonable cost? At this stage I'm prepared to pay reasonable costs,
>personally, and meet all usage/security restrictions. (The machine has no
>software installed that it doesn't need.)
I could do that, I think. Depends on amount of traffic, but it's reasonable.
>I'd appreciate any help/suggestions, particularly from people in the UK.
Tragically, I'm far away. Hmm. I'd be happy to put up mirrors of a script,
although I'd need to get a -current box other than my laptop up on the net,
>PPS - I'd love to just run the site from some standard web server, like
>geocities, but let's face it, a NetBSD box has to do the compile, which
>means downloading and then uploading the results, which would take ages
>over a modem.
Anyway, drop me a line, and I could look at this. If you can get
cross-compile support done, I could probably put it on my existing alpha.