Subject: IIvx Port
To: NetBSD General Mailing List <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Dameon D. Welch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/15/1994 16:41:47
Quotes from the great literary masterpieces of Bharat Jhaveri:
>I just read MacLinux faq at
>" http://nucleus.ibg.uu.se/maclinux/FAQ.txt "
>and saw that they are working on a port to IIvx besides other 680x0.
>I know that Alice team is also trying to work on a IIvx prt, debugging ADB problems.
>My question, are these two projects sharing work?
I don't know if the IIvx port and the ADB problems are related. Of
course, ADB doesn't work on every machine that NetBSD even supports,
so who knows?
>Also, since MacBSD already has been working so well, why Linux is
>reinventing the wheel?
I guess this is a matter of the age-old question "which is better,
POSIX or BSD?" (Okay, the age-old question is "SYSV or BSD", but
basically, the same thing) Or it's like "I say Tomato, you say
Tamata". Basically, a matter of prefence. And since when is choice a
At least from what I can see, Linux has a greater level of acceptance
than any of the versions of BSD out there. It also seems to be the
Until 'dt' gets working on my external monitor on the SE/30, I can't
do much with NetBSD.
< Dameon D. Welch (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, et al. ) >
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