Subject: Re: Shark Firmware Distribution
To: Peter Froehlich <email@example.com>
From: Reinoud Zandijk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/19/2006 13:45:56
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On Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 10:06:56AM -0500, Peter Froehlich wrote:
> This leads to the question of where to get the firmware updates these
> days? If you have copies of those updates, I am more than willing to
> (a) host them and (b) start contacting whoever currently owns the
> rights to this stuff to ensure that they *can* indeed be distributed.
> While (a) is trivial, any hints about how to approach (b) would be very
> much appreciated.
> Heck, even the source code to the firmware should be released, right?
> This is "ancient" technology which is important for geeks like us, but
> I doubt there's any commercial value left...
I think the copyright might be still with open-firmware wich it uses AFAIK.
Having the source code around might be good though :) maybe we could fix
some network boot problems that can occure.
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