Subject: Re: a.out and -current
To: Miles Nordin <carton@Ivy.NET>
From: Jerry Alexandratos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/05/2000 15:45:38
On Sat, Feb 05, 2000 at 01:21:16PM -0700, Miles Nordin wrote:
: On Sat, 5 Feb 2000, Jerry Alexandratos wrote:
: > OSS ... it's in a.out format.
: Is that the port of Slovansen's atrocious Linux audio drivers to other
: operating systems, that he expects people to _pay_ for? Those are
Atrocious or not, right now it's my only bet for getting my NM256av
working in my laptop.
: The idea here is that libossaudio is for source-level compatibility, and
: COMPAT_* is for binary-level compatibility.
: If I'm completely misinterpreting your question, I'm sorry. I just
: remember how much fun everyone had with this arrogant bastard's code in
: the past and couldn't stop myself.
You're completely missing my point. The idea is that there must be some
way that -current still has the ability to execute native NetBSD a.out
code. I'd just wondering how it's done.
name: Jerry Alexandratos || Open-Source software isn't a
phone: 302.593.4322 || matter of life or death...
email: email@example.com || ...It's much more important
|| than that!