Subject: AFS 3.3 port for NetBSD/m68k8k (amiga) now available
To: None <netbsd-announce@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <jtkohl@MIT.EDU>
List: netbsd-announce
Date: 02/21/1995 04:15:53
A kind soul lent me an account on an Amiga, so I compiled the MIT AFS stuff
for NetBSD/amiga.

I'd be particularly interested in hearing from non-Amiga m68k8k ports
(sun3?  Mac) as to whether this module indeed works for them too.

The release is in the afs-contrib area
(/afs/  This is
version 1.16.  As usual, contact your site's AFS administrator to get
access to these files (access is restricted to sites licensed for the
AFS client code).

I've only compiled for 1.0 for now (I need to get -current kernel
include files to build for -current).

This is the same version 1.16, equivalent to the most recent releases
for i386, m68k4k/hp300, and sparc (I have not updated the i386, m68k4k
or sparc distributions).

If you have another NetBSD port for which you'd like AFS built, and can
provide network access to same, please contact me privately to see if we
can make porting arrangements.

The distributions themselves are constructed as a "package" (a stylized
compressed tar file with install script support).  You can fetch the
package tools: via FTP from either or (amiga/m68k8k binaries).

MD5 hashes of this distribution:
83e80a8b5a679b1a07536ccaaf33d03e  afs33-m68k8k.tgz
0d46fbbbd709752b517990c4a48ec9ca  afs33-m68k8k.README