Subject: New demand for DC's WAS:(RE: netbsd vs. linux on d
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <David@ixibbs.iximd.com>
Date: 04/17/2001 21:05:58
There is a problem with this "DREAM". Any new Dream Casts that they
are likely to produce will must likely have the CDR boot feature turned
BUT has anyone talked to the Sega people about having them, or anyone
for that fact, put a NetBSD bootstrapper simlar to the IP-Loader or
something that would boot NetBSD on to a GDROM. I AM NOT saying put
the Kernel or ANY THING thast deals with NetBSD AFTER it boots on the
GDROM because I know we don't have that driver yet. BUT why not just
the Loader or Booter.
IN>I'd be funny as hell if our work on NETBSD created a larger demand for
IN>DC's than sega figured for, and they had to restart production on the
IN>A guy can dream, cant he?
IN>On Tue, 17 Apr 2001, MURANAKA Masaki wrote:
IN>> > (Btw, I'm trying to get GGI running, and it looks like I'll have some
IN>> > results soon. That will allow some more lightweight stuff than X
IN>> > clients. )
IN>> I'm trying to get MGL running. That is popular in Japan especially PDA-UN
IN>> It has some tiny application and some native interface to Squeak, Kaffe,
IN>> so on.
IN>> from monaka