Subject: Re: rfv: Access to reasonable NetBSD CPU
To: None <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/18/2000 14:48:42
In terms of raw CPU, in the intel world I would expect any PII or
better would be ideal, though a P166 would probably still be
If someone is trying to compile kernels for a slow machine then
a P166 with a cross compiler might be a godsend.
For other ports, whatever is appropriate - in the m68k world
a 16MB 30Mhz 68040 isprobably quite a reasonable box to expect
for a service like this.
Disk space - Some people might require a GB, but I'd expect
most to be happy in with 10MB upwards.
I would expect root access to be the exception. If someone
really wants to work on something that requires root access
then they would have to convince the machine owner that it
was an important enough project to deserve root :)
On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> How much RAM, harddisk space and CPU cycles are we talking of?
> Also, is userlevel-access ok, or is root required?
> - Hubert
> Microsoft: "Where do you want to go today?"
> Linux: "Where do you want to be tomorrow?"
> BSD: "Are you guys coming, or what?"