Subject: Re: Qube 2 - 1.6.1 and 3
To: Erik Berls <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Alex Pelts <email@example.com>
Date: 01/10/2007 14:26:39
I thought about that but I need to maintain another netbsd machine and
all I have is another windows machine. I could make another machine but
I am going for space/energy efficiency and another machine would kind of
defeat the purpose. I might as well run netbsd on another machine and
forget about qube all together.
I actually thought about ppc mac mini. That would serve the purpose well
and look cute at the same time. I would prefer off mainstream processor
so binary exploits are harder. I would run netbsd or linux on it.
Erik Berls wrote:
> Also note, that there was a paper at pkgsrc-con a couple of years back
> about cross compiling pkgsrc on mips and arm. It might be worth
> taking a look at that.
> On 1/10/07, Alex Pelts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> It is true but now days there are many small cases that look as good or
>> better. I wish I could upgrade hardware on the cube to something
>> comparable to intel 500Mhz or more. I guess that would be AMD based
>> qube :)
>> Pete Rushmere wrote:
>> > On Wednesday 10 January 2007 21:39, Alex Pelts wrote:
>> >> Just curious why buy another? If I sold mine I would buy something
>> >> powerful. Compiles are a big pain on that machine.
>> > Why not? They look good!
>> > Regards,
>> > Pete