Subject: Re: NetBSD/Mac (Alice Project?)
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Tom Rowlands <email@example.com>
Date: 01/31/1995 15:49:33
>> sorry to bother you, and I know this should probably go to the maili=
>> list, but is MacBSD as a project still running along smoothly? I have rea=
>> several read mes at various archives saying =3DB3NetBSD/Mac is dead. Thes=
>> files are old.=3DB2 and that sort of thing. Whats the beef? (I NEED UNIX!=
>> linux68k would be good, except that appears to be deadish too. :-(
>I would say it is running along smoothly. Hell, Brad Grantham got
>X11R6 up and running. That was a pretty big breakthru. Ethernet seems
>to be working on several cards. That's a big breakthru.
>But we still have to deal with ADB bugs on several machines, and we
>don't have it working on the Quadras yet. It doesn't work on any
>*new* machines yet.
>Where did you hear it was dead? Maybe because we were silent for
>most of December? It was the holiday season, time for exams, and
>time for some of us to get married, you know.
>I guess you are not subscribed to the mailing lists or you would
>realize there have been 10-20 messages a day for a couple of weeks
>now. Everything picked back up at the beginning of January. X11R6
>was announced a couple of days before Christmas.
I'm on the list now. Thanks.
One of the "read me"s on cray-ymp.acm.stuorg.vt.edu (? I just copied that
from you mail address... Could be wrong, but looks right. :-) Said "These
files are old, honest." or somthing along these lines. (I have the actual
file around here somewhere, but I am not sure where.. I=B9m useless eh?)
Anyway, good to hear it=B9s running along smoothly. Can=B9t wait for it to r=
on an =B9040!
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