Subject: Re: Current port status on J720?
To: Michael Blatt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Mark Kirby <email@example.com>
Date: 01/16/2006 17:26:03
On Monday 16 January 2006 17:13, Michael Blatt wrote:
> Yes, -STABLE is more like it. I wouldn't try -CURRENT since I have
> little experience with NetBSD (I'm mostly Solaris and FreeBSD).
> > > 5. Xhpc works as an X11R6 server. Maybe the X config file could be
> > > shared, to help users save time.
> > There is no config file as far as i can tell.
> Do you mean Xhpc can recognise the hardware and act accordingly?
Only the jornada 720/728 have a working X server so there is no point havin=
config file as the hardware is allways the same. Whether the server is hard=
coded (probably) or discovers the hardware itself i dont know.
> > 512MB will be big enough for NetBSD + X and a few apps
> OK so I guess my 256MB card won't cut it, so I'll buy a larger one and
> try it out.
I have a 1gb kingston flash card. Which was the same price as some 512MB ca=
=A342 from www.ebuyer.com.
> Thanks for the response.
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