Subject: Re: SETI@Home clients
To: J. Buck Caldwell <email@example.com>
From: Berndt Josef Wulf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/18/1999 08:03:02
J. Buck Caldwell wrote
> John Franklin wrote:
> > The Berkeley SETI@Home page (http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu) has got
> > i386 FreeBSD and Linux binaries. This is something I'd like to run on
> > my Alpha.
> > Does anybody know the status of the netbsd-alpha binaries? Their statistics
> > page shows netbsd-alpha versions connecting, albeit only one data package
> > which would imply testing of some sort but still a port.
> >  http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/stats/platforms.html
> Don't be greedy - I've got a stack of VAXen that I'm waiting to set loose on
> that project, too. Has there been any encouraging development on NetBSD/anyport?
> Seems like this is the kind of thing that VAXen would be perfectly suited for
> (:>), provided the source/compiler makes use of all of the 'extra' VAX
I was ensured that there will be a netbsd-i386 and netbsd-alpha clients
out very soon.
Name : Berndt Josef Wulf
E-Mail : email@example.com
Sysinfo : DEC AXPpci33+, NetBSD-1.3.3