Subject: Re: New kernels/floppies and bin.updates
To: Leo Weppelman <>
From: Katherine L Ellis <>
List: port-atari
Date: 08/12/1997 01:11:47
Hi, I have been following this mailist quite a lot.. and I am 
wondering few things ..
Is NetBSD on a falcon (big harddrive and 4meg of ram , but no
accelerator board) better than linux_m68?
If yes, in what area?
What's teh main difference between linux_m68 and netbsd?
On what OS X11 is better/faster?
what do I need to install netbsd easily? I have looked through the
site but I didn't find anything for atari specific
I am totally new to that os, and linux also.., But I have a pretty
good experience with MINT+kgmd, Which I am currently running BTW)
any help appreciated, thank.

 On Sat, 9 Aug 1997, Leo Weppelman wrote:

>As the subject says, there is some new stuff on Everything
>is made from the source tree from around 28 Jul. This is kernel revision 1.2G.
>The most important changes are in the Hades kernel where the 060 is now
>supported (Thanks Andre!).