Subject: Re: lyx,xforms,libXpm4.7
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Masami and Ken Nakata <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/01/1997 15:58:18
On Mon, 31 Mar 1997 18:47:12 +6400 (PST),
email@example.com (Bill Studenmund) wrote:
> > Is there still a linux-68k effort? There is a COMPAT_LINUX option for
> > the kernel, don't know if it would work, tho...
> Yes. They seem to have things working on an atari, and I am familiar
> with the person doing the mac68k port.
Linux mac68k port is still a vaporware at large, or was last time I
took a look at their Web page, but there are several other ports to
Amiga, Motorola VME boards, etc. I just saw a periodic post of Linux
m68k FAQ on comp.sys.m68k, and it says there are a few more coming
(incl. mac68k and sun3).
BTW, I don't keep the URL of the Linux mac68k team, but I remember
their information on NetBSD was quite out of date. They say they are
porting Linux because, for instance, NetBSD doesn't do IP
> I think all of the different OS emulations implicitly set the
> architecture. Supporting Linux on various platforms (or Solaris
> on both sparc and i386) would be interesting, but more than I
> can do any time soon. :-)
Doesn't COMPAT_SUNOS work on both sparc and m68k? (no, I'm just