Subject: Re: Port question
To: Tvrtko_A._Ur=9Aulin <email@example.com>
From: Zach Lowry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/06/2004 18:49:18
No. Some Linux guys did some work on it, but they've disappeared and=20
taken their code with them, which really sucks. I've decided I want to=20=
tackle this port as well, so I bought the requisite reading on these=20
machines, and I feel like I could do pretty well if I could use that=20
other code as a starting point. As it stands though, I'm not sure if=20
I'll get to doing that port maybe until I enter grad school.
On Jan 5, 2004, at 6:09 AM, Tvrtko A. Ur=9Aulin wrote:
> =46rom http://netbsd.org/Ports/#suggested-powerpc:
> IBM RS/6000 (MCA based)
> The pre-PowerPC RS/6000 machines were based on the POWER and POWER2
> architecture, with Microchannel (MCA) bus. There is i386 MCA bus code=20=
> NetBSD tree now, which would help with the MCA aspect.
> Contact: netbsd-ports@NetBSD.org
> Does this port work? I have an RS/6000 250 and Bull DPX/20 (soon) and=20=
> like to put them to some use..
> Thanks for any info!
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