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Re: Old Binary Packages/Sources (NetBSD/i386 1.5.3)?
On 20 Aug 2010 at 8:57, Thomas Mueller wrote:
> Excerpt from: "Piotr Adamus" <panpiotradamus%gmail.com@localhost>:
> > In lieu of having to do:
> > # cd /usr/pkgsrc
> > # sh mk/bulk/build
> > [ http://www.netbsd.org/docs/pkgsrc/bulk.html ]
> > to obtain the corresponding old binaries again we'll probably revert back
> > to Slackware 7.0 distribution. Although it would still be interesting to
> > know whether there actually is a public archive of old pkgsrc binaries
> > lurking somewhere on the Internet.
> Is this for NetBSD 1.5.3? Would Slackware 7.0 (Linux) binaries run? Or
> would you be cross-compiling from Linux Slackware 7.0?
I attempted to get flightgear running on NetBSD-1.6
at one time via the linux emulation but getting
any graphics speed proved impossible. I switched to
FreeBSD again using linux emulation and flightgear
ran better than from linux on the same hardware.
Problem is getting NetBSD sources from that date.
I probably have a desktop still with 1.6x, as that
was solid and not worth any hardware upgrade, but
I'd still only have the distfiles and binaries for
the packages I used.
If some of the links from previous posts are still
active there is no problem.
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