Subject: Re: '040 port
To: Allen Briggs <email@example.com>
From: Philippe =?iso-8859-1?Q?B=E9rard?= <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/29/1995 19:32:49
Well, good accent... ;-) But you can glue the two words to make one
>It's the same address, but with "macbsd-general" instead of "m68k." I'd
>be the one answering the question, anyway, but it's got more traffic ;-)
So you're the main developper ? I'll be continuing asking my stupid
questions : which C compiler do you use ? Is there any Public domain or
shareware compiler good enough on the Mac to be used (like gcc, for
>To get a list of mailing lists that are available from netbsd.org, send
>More like a Unixy CLI for MacOS, I think. It started on the Atari as
>MiNT and MacMiNT is the port--I think they can share some executables.
Does it have a proper Filesystem, or does it use the Mac FS ?
> [Amiga->Mac port]
>my opinion). The main problem is a lack of device drivers...
How does the development team of MacBSD compare to the Amiga NetBSD
? It seems that you need some people to help you developing those drivers.
Thanks again, Allen.