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Re: Maintaining alternative OS: emulator vs linux emulation layer
On Sun, Jun 03, 2012 at 01:52:58AM +0000, Christos Zoulas wrote:
> There is a very good list :-)
Thanks for looking into...
> >DVD writing, DMA speed error
> That's not hard (marvell driver support)
Added a PR for tracking this.
> >A terminal (such as mlterm) with UTF8 support (also reported upstream,
> >though problem seems specific to NetBSD)
> This does not seem too hard either. You could file a netbsd-specific PR too.
> >Among applications I have a wish list somewhat like this:
> >Don't find a good voip client, preferably with CLI:
> That's tough. I've been fighting to get linux skype working again.
wip/twinkle and wip/linphone compile though don't work yet for me.
Tried kiax with asterisk once, though no good CLI and quality of voice
wasn't good (perhaps workable around).
Doesn't net/skype work? I never tried, though was suggested it requires
setting some kernel option on NetBSD on following thread:
> >I wish to get pyuno to work with either libre or open office
> This should be again easy to fix in the package. You can file a PR.
Above link is of PR already!
> >Framebuffer (for use with applications like fbi) (not sure whether OS
> >level issue or a matter of porting fbi to NetBSD)
> >Java plugin for firefox (not so critical though)
> I had this working at somepoint. I will take a look again.
> >Also wish these wip packages become usable soon:
> >- Google chrome browser
> >- libreoffice for 6.0
> >- virtualbox
> For me the hardest now is the USB stuff and VOIP.
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